Columnist Anita Bruzzese Asks Me Key Questions

USAToday.com columnist Anita Bruzzese asked me key questions about the following communication topics, inĀ  an interview you can hear in the podcast below.

Among the topics we covered on her Blog Radio show, “Smash the Ladder”:

*What are the greatest communication challenges in the work place today?
*How has the proliferation of technology impacted business communication?
*Special problems generated by e-mail
*Increasing your chances for getting your phone calls returned
*Muzzling the “work place” motor mouths
*The fine art of listening
*How a young Dale Carnegie became a big hit at a party
*Avoiding the bad habit of interrupting during a conversation
*Communicating effectively with those whose preferred styles differ from yours

The thirty minutes you invest in hearing our conversation will be well worth the time. So press on the arrow below to activate the podcast.

Many thanks to Anita for hosting me so graciously.

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Anita Bruzzese’s Advice About Time-Wasting Meetings

Anita Bruzzese, Syndicated Columnist
Anita Bruzzese, Syndicated Columnist
Syndicated business columnist Anita Bruzzese discusses the time that organizations waste in meetings. Read her advice:
http://tinyurl.com/pfwara

Do you agree? Does this remind you of your workplace? Can you suggest how to solve the problem? Please share your ideas in the comments section below.

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