Description The fourth edition of Communication for Business will be helpful to anyone who isworking or training to work in a managerial, administrative orsecretarial role that demands good communication and businessEnglish skills. While retaining all the familiar and popularcharacteristics from the third edition, the current edition hasbeen modified in the light of current practice. It has also beenupdated to reflect modern business language as well ascommunications expectations in today's workplace. A comprehensive textbook, workbook and reference book rolledinto one, this book aims to ? Stimulate interest in the use of business English so that it can be written more accurately, clearly and concisely. Provide specimen layouts of all business documents. Discuss essential theory on each topic to help develop understanding. Offer a wide range of authentic documents for interest and reference. Supply a variety of assignments to reinforce learning. Help readers to develop confidence and expertise in composing effective business communications. Highlight common errors in spelling and written expressions, to clarify correct use of language. Business communication basics Speaking and listening Non-verbal communication Use of language Rules of good writing Introducing the business letter Recruitment correspondence Electronic mail Other technology-enabled communication Memos Reports and proposals Meetings Circulars and sales letters Publicity material Notices, advertisements and leaflets Forms and questionnaires Visual presentation Reformulating and summarizing Oral presentation skills Shirley Taylor Author of several popular, best-selling booksincluding the International best-seller Model Business Letters,E-mails & Other Business Documents. Dr V. Chandra Professor of Communication, InternationalManagement Institute.
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