Despite the importance of having open friendships with co-workers, here are five topics of conversation that should probably be saved for outside the workplace.
Thanks to a continuous stream of technologies, we communicate with people without actually having to do so in person. With National Conversation Week close at hand (19th-25th March), now is the time to have meaningful conversations at work.
You don?t need to be an expert conversationalist or self-confident influencer to have effective conversations at work. In fact, it probably helps if you are none of these!
It was only through making observations in his everyday life that Martin Campbell realised a good pitching style works there as well as it does in business.
Our workplaces today are full of kind, hard-working and well intentioned managers who don’t realise that they are actually being cruel to some of their staff.
Conversations with customer service representatives are usually pretty bland, or even painful if you’re trying to resolve a problem. As it turns out, this isn’t always the case – so we rounded up the best examples of when a brand turned a customer complaint into one of the most unforgettable experiences.
Will.i.am joined a panel of media and advertisement leaders at the Cannes Lions to discuss the future of the creative industries. He urged the advertising industry to start “adding value to communities”.
Joss Davidge, director of the unexpected at live brand experience agency Because, explains why entrepreneurs and business leaders shouldn't necessarily be worried when an unexpected fork appears on the company's roadmap.
It can seem daunting to start conversations with strangers at a networking event. Here are a few tips and tricks to take away your "stage-fright".