While personal variables like age, education, and gender are often thought to contribute to a person's distinctive speech pattern, corporate environments often develop its own way of communication which include larger scale variables like the economy and organizational traditions.
Communication and Language Analysis in the Corporate World provides insight into the verbiage of the corporate world and the influence of this environment for a person's speech pattern, language, and terminology. This book will provide a guide for language researchers and business leaders alike so that they may find a way to communicate with everyone - customers, colleagues, and CEOs - effectively.
Number Of Pages: 435
Published: 31st January 2014