Best Books on business communication skills
1. Business Communication Today by Courtland L. Bovee, John V. Thill, Barbara E. Schatzman, Hardcover: 730 pages, Publisher: Prentice Hall
This is a “must have” for anyone whose job requires writing clear, professional reports, memos, e-mail, or letters. Helps readers refine their existing communications skills while learning how to communicate effectively via various mediums, including the Internet and other technologies. Listening, working in teams, understanding nonverbal communication are also covered and a handy appendix includes grammar & usage fundamentals. For readers in all levels of business interested in improving their communications skills and corporate business communication trainers.
2. Excellence In Business Communication (6th Edition) by John Thill, Courtland L. Bovee, Paperback: 656 pages, Publisher: Prentice Hall
This best-selling book captures the dynamics of business communication as no other on the market does. It presents the subject in a fascinating way, powerfully stimulating and motivating readers; this book gives the foundation for excellent, effective, and practical business communication. By offering “On the Job” simulations that feature actual companies, readers apply business communication concepts to real situations and sharpen their problem-solving skills. Incorporating a three-step approach to writing (planning, writing, and completing business messages), Excellence in Business Communication covers letters, memos, e-mail and other brief messages, reports and oral presentations, and employment messages (including resumes and application letters). With its helpful appendices and a “Handbook of Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage, ” this a must-have desk reference for anyone responsible for writing business letters, e-mail, memos, and reports.
3. Essentials of Business Communication with Student CD-ROM by Mary Ellen Guffey, Paperback: 511 pages, Publisher: South-Western Educational
This textbook-workbook is a streamlined, no-nonsense approach to business communication. It takes a three-in-one approach: (1) text, (2) practical workbook, and (3) self-teaching grammar/mechanics handbook. The chapters reinforce basic writing skills, then apply these skills to a variety of memos, letters, reports, and resumes. This new edition features increased coverage of contemporary business communication issues including oral communication, electronic forms of communication, diversity and ethics.
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