Simple Rules for Effective Business Communication - Jennifer Mosher

Simple Rules for Effective Business Communication

By Jennifer Mosher

  • Release Date: 2011-07-05
  • Genre: Writing
Score: 3.5
From 258 Ratings


Revised edition October 2014.

Sometimes it's not what you say, but what you do. Have you ever parked the company car, the one with the logo on it, in a disable parking spot? What does that communicate about you, or more importantly, your business?

Simple Rules for Effective Business Communication isn't just about how to write a letter, it's also about why you might be writing that letter, or why you should be dressing a certain way, or behaving (or not behaving!) in a certain manner, to ensure that you communicate exactly what it is that you WANT to communicate about your business.

This booklet is as applicable to small business owners as it is to their staff, their managers and larger businesses.

Short and to the point, this book outlines simple rules and food for thought to help you communicate more effectively in your business dealings.

Updated April 2018.


  • I like

    By wizzyk
    This book allows you to understand the possibilities if you stick with basic knowledge and then branch out further
  • Good message.

    By charlie1-Q2
    I was a little surprised to find "you audience" vs. "your audience" just before the proofreading stage! Still a good message!
  • Good one

    By Jantarmantar
    Simple points, precisely pointing out what's important for effective communications.
  • Sweet & to the point

    By SloweM
    Informative in a manner that can be used immediately in my personal & business life.
  • An oz of help

    By 4brickhouse
    This was a little but won't be if you have read anything else on communication.
  • Great

    Really interesting. Thank you.
  • It was simple, nothing new, but good information.

    By jackadamsIII
    Personally, the book was informative like getting a refresher course of something that we already knew. It was a quick read, nothing fancy, no hoopla and no surprise. This book is good to have as a reference book.
  • Effective communication

    By Gilncyn
    A clear, simple and concise piece of work. A good review for experienced hands and a great introduction for any new member of your organization.
  • Basic for sure

    By Jon Reyes
    Communicating in its very basic form.
  • Good delivery

    By Vincent jv
    This book not only gives you advise of how to communicate, it practices one of the most important points of communication by using the KISS method. I will keep this book in my library to read it from time to time, to keep me focussed on delivery and simplicity.