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Communication Makes It or Breaks It

Author(s):  Roberts Jerrod L

Issue:  Mar/Apr 2005 - Health and Wellness
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Page(s):  133-134

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Abstract:  Most of us would agree that communication is important in running an effective business. Yet one of the most common means we choose to communicate important information to our colleagues and employees—the meeting—is often less than effective. This article offers some tips to make meetings more productive and enjoyable for both you and your employees.

Related Keywords: Jerrod L. Roberts, RPh, meetings, marketing, employees

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