Communication in a Business Setting

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In the 1970s, employees worked in offices. Communication was primarily face-to-face, by telephone, and through the mail. In the 1980s, we moved out of offices and into cubicles, and began using computers. As we entered the 1990s, computers became more portable, PDAs were born, and we began working from home. By 2008, 60 percent of the world's population had a mobile device capable of voice and data communications. The future of business communications is a fully interconnected world where every employee will access, create and use content from anywhere. Mobile communications is the fastest growing technology in history and is also the most effective technology known to enable individuals to participate in the global economy. There are cell phones, PDAs, e-mail, instant messaging, virtual meetings, text messaging, and now even digital video. At the same time, companies want to keep their employees connected anytime or anywhere. This requires interoperation with various wireless devices. Employees are no longer tied to their desktops, and they want the same communications options on the road or from home that they have in the office. Face-to-face communication is quickly becoming a lost art in this age of e-mail, texting and voicemail. But ultimately, when it comes to engaging an audience or making a compelling sales presentation, business is still driven by personal communication. High technology sets the stage, but speaking face-to-face seals the deal. Lack of communicative ability plagues many corporations, and the professionals that rise to the top are overwhelming those that develop communication approaches that achieve results. But, communicating with influence takes work and requires constant attention. This text will assist you in defining business communication, examine types of communication, explain how successful communication takes place, and suggest ways of improving communication in the busine

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Dave Tofanelli is a senior executive within a company ranked number 33 on the Fortune 500 list of the nation's largest companies. In that role, he originates, leads, implements and supports projects with global impact. Throughout his career, Mr. Tofanelli has had wide-ranging responsibilities for management of complex projects critical to improved economic management. He is an expert in virtual communication, having developed the first true virtual contracting team within his organization. Additionally, Mr. Tofanelli is responsible for the oversight and direction of senior level projects, and provides frequent presentations to senior level staff through a variety of communication mediums. Mr. Tofanelli's experience includes positions as the administrator of the largest Kaiser Permanente medical center on the East Coast and he has held significant development and management positions with large regional health care systems. Mr. Tofanelli also has significant experience with federal systems, having retired from the United States Air Force in 1994 as a senior officer responsible for procuring and managing the health insurance benefit for the United State Air Force's three million beneficiaries. Mr. Tofanelli holds bachelors' degrees in economics and business administration, a master of business administration, and a master of science in system management, as well as postgraduate fellowships in financial management and health policy. He is also a Certified Healthcare Executive and Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Mr. Tofanelli serves on the University of Maryland's Regent's Advisory Board, and is an adjunct professor of business on the active faculties of California Lutheran University, the University of Maryland at College Park, George Mason University and Central Michigan University. He is also the author of numerous articles on leadership, communications theory and health care policy

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