The Fundamentals of Business communication

– Binding : Paperback
– ISBN13 : 9789386455123
– Language : English
– Publication Year : 2017
– Author: Sreystha Beppari
– Product Code: VPG17162


We commonly talk about being effective in communication skills to achieve organizational goals or for self-improvement. This subject is of such a paramount importance today that no one can afford to stay ignorant of this skill, be it a student or a professional.
This self-help book deals with the nitty-gritty’s of Business Communication Skills that are explained in detail through illustrations along with the theories for a better understanding of the concepts.
This book also covers GD, interview skills and resume- writing in great depths. This is a perfect study guide for any university students or fresher with little or no learning on communication as a subject, as well as professionals who want to have a refresher course on business communication skills.

SKU: VPG17162
Ms Sreystha Beppari has 13+ years of extensive experience in training, academics and industry. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Communication, MSc. Applied Psychology and MBA in HR. She has worked with various reputed academic organizations as well as a consultant corporate trainer for various multinationals. She is currently working as Asst. Professor with Dr. D.Y Patil Institute of Management Studies (In-Charge Corporate Relations and Chairman Business English Committee) In her earlier days, she won many awards for creative writing. Few of them are, Certificate of merit from Head of Department (English literature) Harvard University, Merit Certificate in National level essay competition from Ministry of Education, “Super Brain Super personality” by Competition Success Review, Business English Certificate from Cambridge University U.K, “Talent of India” award from Govt. of India, Ministry of Education and “Education Excellence Award” from Brands Academy (New Delhi).

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