Ditch the jargon to improve your communications

11/29/2012 | ThoughtLeaders blog

Ditch the business jargon, stay calm and actively listen to effectively communicate with clients and employees, Jessica Edmondson writes. Also, stay calm and civil, and don't be reactive if the talks are over high-stakes topics. Most importantly, put your phone away and silence e-mail notifications so full attention can be given to the meeting, she explains.

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