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The manager's guide to face-to-face communication (CD)

By: Morgan, Nick.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Harvard managemen t communication letter, Reprint collection. Publisher: Boston Harvard Business School Publishing 2001Subject(s): Business communication | Interpersonal communication | Oral communicationDDC classification: D001522 Summary: This Harvard Management Communication Letter resource collection contains the following 12 articles: Asserting Yourself: How to Say No and Mean It; Communicating in the Chaordic Age; Communication Breakdown: Nine Mistakes Managers Make; How Can You Tell When Your Teammate Is Lying?; How to Speedread People; Is There Any Good Way to Criticize Your Coworkers?; Mastering the Art of Persuasion; Presence: How to Get It, How to Use It; Want to Communicate Better?: Try Role Playing; What Makes Your Colleagues--and You--Tick?; What Your Face Reveals and Conceals; and Uses and Abuses of Humor in the Office. (Source: http://harvardbusiness.org)
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This Harvard Management Communication Letter resource collection contains the following 12 articles: Asserting Yourself: How to Say No and Mean It; Communicating in the Chaordic Age; Communication Breakdown: Nine Mistakes Managers Make; How Can You Tell When Your Teammate Is Lying?; How to Speedread People; Is There Any Good Way to Criticize Your Coworkers?; Mastering the Art of Persuasion; Presence: How to Get It, How to Use It; Want to Communicate Better?: Try Role Playing; What Makes Your Colleagues--and You--Tick?; What Your Face Reveals and Conceals; and Uses and Abuses of Humor in the Office. (Source: http://harvardbusiness.org)

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