Speaking and writing are skills we practice often, whether discussing an issue with a colleague or typing an email. Communication style, however, needs to be adapted to changing scenarios and applications. You would not write your research paper in the same tone you would an email. And, you would not present the outcomes of an important project to global management in the same way you would speak to a colleague.
This Career Catalyst feature includes two articles that can help you adapt your communication style to unique but common writing and speaking challenges. Read “Get Your Research Published” on pp. 42–48 for expert guidance on writing a research paper for an academic journal, and turn to “Best Practices for Video Presentations” on pp. 49–51 for help preparing for an important presentation using video conferencing tools.
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