The Beginner’s Guide to Professional Communication

A lot of students think that when they leave the classroom, their writing days are over, but that is a huge error in judgement. This resource comprehensively tackles workplace communication. And no, I’m not talking about your Instagram profile or Twitter bio. I’m talking about professional communication.
If you’re in your first couple years of college, the professional world may seem a long way off  But it will be here sooner than you know it, especially since you’re going to follow our guides and land a killer internshipsummer job, or freelance gig before most of your classmates have even written their first resume.
And once you get your first job, you’ll need these skills for sure. So in this resource, we’re breaking down every form of communication you might encounter in a professional setting. On the written front, we’ll cover:

  • Email
  • Text Messages
  • Chat Apps
  • Project Management Apps

And on the spoken side, we’ve got your back when it comes to:

  • Phone Calls (including the dreaded conference call)
  • Video Calls
  • In Person

We’ll break down the specific protocols for each of these communication methods, explain how to deal with common scenarios that arise in each, and give examples of how (and how not) to communicate.

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