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Helen Wilkie
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Premium Author Helen Wilkie

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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ARTICLES BY HELEN WILKIE


Listening is underrated and underused, but it is one of the most important communication skills. Good listeners are valued by those with whom they interact. These nine simple steps will help you becom...
Employee retention is an ongoing challenge in today's workplace. Employee reward programs are an integral part of the solution, but the root cause of morale problems can easily be addressed with no fi...
New Year is traditionally the time for great plans and schemes to be hatched by those at the top of organizations and teams. But implementation is often doomed from the start, because all the team mem...
Leadership and communication are supposed to go together, and communication skills are often cited as a top requisite for leaders. But when it comes to communicating organizational strategy to those w...
How to deal with difficult people is a challenge for many in the workplace, and a common complaint is about the perceived "ego problems" of co-workers. In this article, Helen Wilkie explains that the ...
The executive summary is an excellent report writing tool that is underused and often misused. This article explains the three essential components of an executive summary and how to write them.
Career networking is important, but it can be intimidating. Walking into a room full of strangers can be a challenge, but these five tips will help make it easier and more successful.
Business meetings are a fact of life, but too many of them are conducted inefficiently and simply waste everyone's time. This article provides nine simple rules for holding effective meetings.
Asking questions is a great way to get the information you want or need, but not if you ask the wrong questions. This article illustrates how to ask good questions to get good answers.
Keeping senior management informed on various projects and other business activities can be a challenge, because their time is at a premium. Briefing notes are the answer. This article provides an ove...
Presenting your ideas persuasively takes a bit of work. The first thing you must do is figure out how to frame the problem, and your solution, in terms that are clearly in the interests of the people ...
Taking responsibility for your own part of communication at work can actually empower you. This article give you specific ideas for reclaiming your power at work through more responsible communication...
Whether we're talking about sales conversations, meetings, e-mails or other written messages, presentations or reports, if we want to improve communication at work, we need to learn to keep it simple.
Benchmarks in presentations are essential tools to help your audience understand the impact of information. They help people decide whether a stated fact is good, bad or indifferent.
A major reason business meetings fail is that the wrong people are in attendance. Here are some questions to ask yourself in deciding who to invite to your business meeting.








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