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Archive of month: September 2012

What’s Your Best Communication Choice?

Last week we discussed the myriad of ways in which we can choose to communicate with others in the workplace. Whether it’s e-mail, texting, social media, a phone call, or a face-to-face visit, choosing the most appropriate method for connecting with someone requires some thought and attention. Today, we talk about some additional factors to […]

CSS at the New York Chamber Expo

Last week, CSS founder and President Jayne Latz attended the New York Chamber Expo along with members of the Corporate Speech Solutions team to educate the business community about our services.  Check out pictures from the event below! Corporate Speech Solutions’ table at the New York Chamber Expo on September 20 Jayne with the Corporate Speech Solutions table […]

What Type of Communication Is Best?

As technology has grown at a break-neck pace, the different ways in which we communicate with others have expanded. When we want to contact a colleague, client or associate, we now have a myriad of ways to do it: a phone call, a text, a letter, an e-mail, an in-person visit, a Facebook message—the list […]

Building Trust Through Body Language: Part 2

In the professional world, being viewed as a trustworthy individual is crucial for making connections. Most of us know how to keep someone’s trust once we’ve earned it—by following through on our actions and being open and honest in our professional conduct. But earning that trust in the first place can be tricky. By utilizing […]

Building Trust Through Body Language

Whether you are networking with other business professionals, making contacts with potential clients, or simply strengthening relationships with colleagues, being open, honest, and trustworthy is crucial. Clearly the first step to being perceived as being honest and trustworthy is actually being honest and trustworthy. Continually conducting your business practices in an open manner and following […]