Business communication the Neil Patrick Harris way: 4 tips #writinglegally

Posted on 07-29-2015 by
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Neil Patrick Harris did an amazing job hosting the 87th Academy Awards. His personality has painted him in a likable way. His skits were funny and kept the show entertaining. While he is a good actor, we can take a couple things away from him that will help anyone’s business communication. According to Nasdaq, here are 4 business communication tips to take away from NPH:

1.  Neil Patrick Harris proves it pays to be likable

According to a survey by Accenture, 31% of people who voluntarily leave their jobs do so because they don't like their boss, and 43% resign due to a "lack of recognition."


2.  He doesn't mind sharing the stage

Don’t drive your team away. Draw them closer, and lean on them when necessary.


3. Neil Patrick Harris is no one trick pony

You need to be versatile, with a well-rounded set of skills.


4. He always comes prepared

As leaders, they have the power to lead and they can't forget to do their research before approaching any business engagement.


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Posted on : 30 Jul 2015 6:01 AM

One can even get recognition whilst working in a team. It is good to be open to ideas and views of other people and be always ready for any kind of task you are about to take up!

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