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How To Manage Diversity and Inclusion in The Workplace

Diversity and inclusion, if managed correctly, provide a competitive advantage. Greater returns to shareholders, employee retention, and higher innovation revenues are some of ...
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4 Communication Styles - Which One Is The Best? [Podcast]

I’m sure you’ve left at least one meeting or call and thought to yourself - ‘What the heck was that person even talking about?' Have you ever asked something to a colleague and ...
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Top 11 Idioms About Talking To Show Off At Work

Ever feel like your colleagues speak in riddles? It's true that native-English speakers sometimes talk a mile a minute, but knowing all these idioms about talking will ...
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14 Simple Rules That Will Make You A Better Communicator

Think for a second about all the conversations that you found extremely interesting and that you still remember. What do they all have in common? How can you have more of those ...
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Take vs Get (includes examples and exercises)

When you’re at the office, do you take a message or do you get a message? It depends. They’re both correct but mean completely different things. The use of take and get is ...
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101 Must-Know Transition Phrases for Engaging Presentations Online

  Giving presentations is often feared by many professionals, but if the presentation is online and you're not a native speaker, things get even trickier. One tip to ...
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'Stay safe' - How to Send Actually Genuine Emails During the Pandemic

This year’s pandemic has impacted our lives in ways none of us would have predicted. With it, communication patterns have switched and the usual formalities had to be ...
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Win at Small Talk: Surviving the First 5 Minutes of a Virtual Meeting

Oh, virtual meetings! You encounter technical difficulties, the software might turn you into a potato, and the worst - you have to go through those first 5 awkward minutes ...
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8 Useful Ways to Make Your Point With Precision & Clarity

Getting “lost in translation” is not fun. It can happen both to a non-native speaker trying to explain a concept and also to a native speaker trying to talk to someone whose ...
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