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The 55:37:8 communication rule

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Jul, 16


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Be mindful of your body language, voice tone and choice of words, and be sure to send across the intended message and to receive the expected feedback.

Peek versus peak versus pique

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Jul, 16


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The wrong choice of words due to similar pronunciation is a real problem because it happens unnoticed and is difficult to detect. You may end up ‘meating your boss’ when you’re supposed to ‘meet him’.

‘I don’t know’ ain’t good enough!

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Jul, 16


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It’s okay to not have the answer to a particular question at a point in time because the simple truth is that nobody expects you to be a walking encyclopaedia or Google. However, you can’t afford to flaunt your ignorance with I don’t knows.

Among or between?

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Jul, 16


Where's the cuttie cat, between or among the dogs?

It is okay, in certain contexts, to use between when referring to choice or the relationship between three or more things or people.

College to Corporate: Communication 101

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Jun, 16


Madhulika, Head of EnglishCoach, Bangalore, recently wrote a piece on business communication for a Special Education Supplement by The Hindu, Chennai. The article is meant for freshers joining corporate and shares tips on body language and email writing for them. For full text of the article, read more below…

Email: sharmila@englishcoach.co.in
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