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Communication Skills in the Workplace by Todd C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Jul 2008 8:06pm Not knowing what someone expects of you at your place of employment can lead to feelings of anger and frustration. If the managers of your company can not communicate their expectations easily to the staff, the employees may begin to lose respect for the company. Good communication skills at work is one of the key determining factors i ... Read on »
"Communication" Doesn't Communicate by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 Nov 2009 10:00pm How many workplace issues are introduced to you as, "We've got a communication problem?" Communication is a catch-all phrase. It's  generic, socially acceptable, and really just sends the signal that someone wants to start a conversation. But it probably won't end up being about communication. Psychologists and counselors refer to thes ... Read on »
"Communication" Does Not Communicate by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Jul 2012 7:22am How many workplace issues are introduced to you as, "We've got a communication problem?" Communication is a catch-all phrase. It's  generic, socially acceptable, and really just sends the signal that someone wants to start a conversation. But it probably won't end up being about communication. Psychologists and counselors refer to the ... Read on »
Obesity in the Workplace by Bill Posted Fri 21 May 2010 12:18pm Obesity has drawn significant attention from medical groups and the media in the past; it appears that once again this issue is generating a lot of attention in the media.  Obesity has long been associated with decreased physical health and “quality of life”.  Understanding and being able to measure the “economic effects” of obesity will become ... Read on »
Cubicle Yoga by Stephanie C. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 2:42pm This year marks the 40th anniversary of the cubicle! This invention was meant to encourage egalitarianism and communication in the workplace, but alas, for many of us it is anything but. So how to celebrate this unfortunate anniversary? You could transform your little prairie dog den into a mini-yoga studio with these simple exercises. ... Read on »
How well does your health plan cover treatment for communication disorders? by jmcnichol Facebook Posted Tue 06 Sep 2011 3:01pm Nearly 50 million Americans have a speech, language or hearing disorder. The ability to communicate is essential to learning, working, social well being and living independently. When communication is impaired, it affects every aspect of a person's life, including interactions in the workplace. You can positively impact workplace communication by ... Read on »
Communication: It Can Make or Break You by Nicholas J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 9:57am This might be one of those blog posts that you cut and paste to forward to your friends, family, peers or boss …or you may forget that you read it as soon as you have finished it. My experiences in healthcare leadership have placed me face to face with thousands of people who communicate in remarkably different ways. It has been my ... Read on »
Dyman Management & Associates Business Solutions: Communication and Confrontation by Catalina Newgate Facebook Posted Thu 12 Dec 2013 5:51am "Results and Relationship in the workplace are directly proportional to the ability of employees to communicate with each other.   Issues often do not get addressed because employees either don't know how or don't want to communicate properly. Quite often things are not brought up because people don't want to upset others.   This cour ... Read on »
Addressing the health crisis by implementing a workplace wellness program by Lifewithnature Posted Tue 02 Aug 2011 9:00am Guest post by Fabien Loszach Over last twenty years, we have seen the emergence of a major trend in North America: employee health and wellness are suffering. Less than one third of American employees (28%) say their overall health is “excellent”, a significant decline of 6% since 20021. In Canada and the United States, there have been ... Read on »
Code Switching: How to Talk So Men Will Listen (Book Review) by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 09 Jul 2010 10:39am In my experience, most problems between men and women come down to the issue of communication. I think a lot more issues could be solved if men and women better understood each other’s communication styles. Now there’s a new book on the market that helps us with this age-old dilemma. It’s called Code Switching: How to Talk So Men Will Listen, by ... Read on »