Are you a slave to PowerPoint? Is it getting in the way of making your main points? This training session busts the most prevalent PowerPoint myths, so your audiences remember you for you and not your PowerPoint.
If you’re not getting the reactions you expect when you communicate with people—to the point that you dread picking up the phone or typing that email—maybe it’s time to brush up on how you communicate and interact with your colleagues.
Do you know the critical elements that are essential to outstanding business communications. Learn from Bert Decker what the top executives need to know, and often don't.
The written documents your company produces, from marketing brochures and sales letters to formal reports and e-mails to customers, create tangible, concrete samples of the work your company produces.
The key to success in business today is the ability to communicate effectively with your customer. After all, if you aren't excited by your products or services, why would your customer be?
When people are driving you crazy at the office, it's easy to point fingers - but whether it's your fault or not, it still affects you. How not to feed into the drama...and maybe even make it better.
The advice presented in this new PowerPack offers the best ways to communicate with a variety of workplace personalities, including: change resisters, chronic complainers, irate customers, nitpickers, office dictators, procrastinators and many more.
This special report provides you with the best thinking on how to increase your influence and heighten the positive impressions that you make on the people around you at work.
No downers here, just funny and inspirational quips and quotes! Stir your audience into action by peppering them into your next speech. Or simply read them yourself as a late afternoon morale booster.
This popular tip book provides 252 to-the-point and actionable tips...
This 47-page tip book is filled with reminders, practical tips and plain old good advice for those who want to excel at work.
This multimedia toolkit presents you with an effective communication strategy. With it, you will learn how to communicate in a direct manner—-across all channels—-that will ensure that you get the results you want.
When managers are uncomfortable, they will avoid handling delicate situations. Give your supervisors the training they need to feel more confident, and deal with the problems before they do more harm.
Polite, Professional and Promotable: Etiquette for Today’s Workplace teaches you business etiquette ground rules.
This toolkit contains customizable, ready-to-use forms that save time, help document results and make it simple to prepare and conduct effective performance reviews.
Communication Briefings is a monthly source of ideas and techniques that help you and your staff communicate more effectively in every situation - with employees, clients, everyone you meet.
In this course, twelve powerful strategies are illustrated that will help you communicate with credibility, logic and positive emotional power.
The goal of this module is to help you improve your people skills by giving you some ideas that will help you communicate better at work.
Negativity can spread through the office as quickly as the flu. Fortunately, a positive attitude is also contagious. Wouldn't you rather work with an optimist than someone who always finds fault?
This course provides guidelines for giving positive, useful criticism to others and learning how to receive critisim to improve your own performance.
This course illustrates powerful techniques you can use to improve your writing skills, make writing easier and promote written communications that will help you and your company succeed.
With the advice presented in this multi-media product, you will learn to communicate your message effectively so that you prevent confusion, mistakes, conflict, low morale and poor productivity.
This video offers dozens of tips you can use right away to avoid grammar and usage errors that can ruin your chance to make a good first impression.
No matter what your role in the organization, communicating effectively is vital to getting things done and working productively with people.
The average organization loses up to 30% of its customers due to poor customer service. Don't let this happen to you!
Make everyone in your organization an effective communicator.