Thursday, 17 August 2017

Basic Business Communications Principles Deliver Results



Interview with Robyn T. Braley and other industry experts 


A fun part of my business is being interviewed by various radio show hosts, podcast producers, TV news reporters and magazine or newspaper writers. My expertise ranges from business and personal branding topics to community service and politics. 



After speaking at Buildex Vancouver earlier this year I was contacted by a writer doing a story for the Journal of Commerce about business communications basics. How could I say no?



Robyn delivering a sold-out keynote address at a 
Buildex Conference


The article focuses on person-to-person, mainstream media and social media communications tips. The Journal of Commerce is a leader in delivering essential construction news and other relevant information to Western Canada’s construction marketplace. 

The magazine is published twice weekly and is available in hard copy and online. The Journal of Commerce has been a trusted resource for over 100 years. 

It's always cool reading, watching or listening to an interview you've done as soon as it is published or goes to air. As I read this story when it came out, I learned a couple of new things from others who were quoted.

John Reitmeier, General Manager of Grant Metal Products, was also interviewed. He explains why attention-to-detail is required for all internal communication relating to the manufacturing process. John is a long time client of ours.

The Story

Basic business communications principles deliver results


by PETER CAULFIELD 


By the time we are in our 20s, most of us have learned how to converse with other people and to do it in a way that gets an answer and doesn't raise eyebrows.
So if we already know to talk to other people, what else is there to know about communication at work, or business communications, as it is often called?

Plenty, says Robyn Braley, president of UniMark Creative Inc.
"There are some basic principles of speaking that need to be followed to communicate effectively," said Braley, a writer and speaker in Calgary.

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Robyn T. Braley is a brand specialist, writer, and speaker. He is also a media commentator and Rotarian. Robyn is the President of UniMark Creative which does website design, video production, media services (editorial and advertising), and graphic design. He speaks at business conferences and also blogs about branding. 

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Writer Peter Caufield interviews Robyn Braley about basic communications skills for the Journal of Commerce

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