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TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE

1. CLEAR COMMUNICATION 2-3

2. HOW TO CONFRONT WITHOUT CONFLICT 4-5

3. EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION BUILD COMMITMENT 6-7

4. THE ART OF COMMUNICATING 8-9

5. PRESENTING TO A GROUP 10-12

6. CONVERSATION 13-14

7. MEETINGS ALWAYS TAKE TIME 15-17

8. MAKING YOUR CASE 18-20

9. LISTEN WHILE YOU WORK 21-22

10. CHANGE MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES 23-25

1 CLEAR COMMUNICATION By Keith Rosen

If you can eliminate communication breakdowns between yourself and your clients, the result will be more sales with fewer headaches.
Breakdowns occur because no one took the
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Ask questions at the end like "Do you understand?" then from the response you can figure out a clear conversation.

What I learn about the topic:
I learn that during communication that it is the responsibility of the instructor to be understood and the real meaning behind communication is the response you get. What the person hears, perceives and understands always takes precedent over what you say. Clear conversation will also make the clients more comfortable and improve decision making.
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HOW TO CONFRONT WITHOUT CONFLICT By Roberta Chinsky Matuson

Most people are reluctant to address problems they are having with an employee, co-worker or even their boss. Yet, pretending everything is fine certainly won’t improve the situation. Here is just one example of why this isn’t in the best interest of the employee or yourself.
Just today, I spoke with a client who was describing an employee who wasn’t quite working out like he had hoped. He shared with me how this employee was refusing to take on projects that were well within the scope of her job description and how unpleasant she was making life for everyone. Yet, instead of confronting this employee, he is going to wait for her to find another position within the company so he can be rid
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