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Six Key Communication Skills for Records and Information Managers

  • ID: 2899552
  • Book
  • August 2014
  • 220 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
Excellent business communication skills are especially important for information management professionals, particularly records managers, who have to communicate a complex idea: how an effective program can help the organization be better prepared for litigation, and do it in a way that is persuasive in order to win records program support and budget. Six Key Communication Skills for Records and Information Managers explores those skills that enable records and information to have a better chance of advancing their programs and their careers. Following an introduction from the author, this book will focus on six key communication skills: be brief, be clear, be receptive, be strategic, be credible and be persuasive. Honing these skills will enable readers to more effectively obtain support for strategic programs, communicate more effectively with senior management, IT personnel and staff, and master key forms of business communication including written, verbal and formal presentations. The final chapter will highlight one of the most practical applications of applying the skills for records and information managers: the business case. Based on real events, the business cases spotlighted involve executives who persuaded organizations to adopt new programs. These case histories bring to life many of the six keys to effective communication.

- Addresses communication skills specifically for records and information managers while clarifying how these skills can also benefit professionals in any discipline - Includes case history examples of how communications skills made a difference in business and/or personal success - Focuses on written, verbal and presentation skills, where many books emphasize only one of these areas

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1. Be brief: how brief? 2. Be clear: is my proposal full of jargon? 3. Be receptive: am I asking questions and listening? 4. Be strategic: what am I trying to achieve? 5. Be credible: why should you believe me? 6. Be persuasive: are you persuaded yet? 7. Case histories: why should you adopt my business case?

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Neal, Kenneth Laurence
Kenneth Neal is a certified enterprise content management practitioner (ecmP) with over 20 years of corporate communications experience implementing programs for companies such as IBM, BearingPoint, Fujitsu Consulting and Canon Business Process Services. Ken has published articles on document management topics in such publications as US Business Review, The Information Management Journal, Globalization Today and Business Solutions. He has also presented seminars at the New York Real Estate Institute, National Council on Economic Education, and ARMA (Association of Records Managers and Administrators). Ken's presentations at ARMA conventions have focused on mastering key forms of business communication including written, verbal and formal presentations.
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