Webinar (AICPA): Effective Business Communications


Miscommunication is costly. It causes significant financial and emotional losses to a firm. Vague answers create numerical errors, inaccurate financial data, hurt feelings and tension within an office environment. Join this webcast to learn how positive language is not a “warm and fuzzy” concept, but rather an important communication tool for yourself and your firm. Using the right word choices make you a more effective manager and communicator. We also look at the role leaders play in workplace communication and examine communication skills for discussion leaders. A leader’s ability to communicate greatly reduces misunderstandings in the workplace and significantly improves project management. This webcast discusses how to: • Eliminate wordiness, redundancy and obscure language from writing. • Produce documents that are clear and concise. • Produce written communications that are positive and confident.

Learning Objectives

• Identify five techniques to make your language more positive and professional.

• Recognize the importance of descriptive language.

• Recall how using certain words can help avoid misinterpretation and misunderstandings.

• Recognize the common types of difficult communication patterns found in the workplace and how to cope with these situations.

• Identify and cope more effectively with hostile communication patterns.

• Recognize the communication patterns that occur before and during the formations of teams.

• Identify the role of conflict in work teams and approaches for dealing with the conflict.

Major Topics


• The power of professional language in business writing

• Communication and work teams

• Communication for leaders

• Difficult communication

Course Level
CPE Field of Study
Who Should Attend
• Tax professionals
William Harden
Online Course
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Nov 5, 2019
7:00 am - 11:00 am MDT
Total CPE Credits
William Harden


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