STEREOTYPES OF SPEECH BEHAVIOR IN THE ENGLISH CORPORATE COMMUNICATION
The article is devoted to the actual problem of studying the stereotypes of speech behavior in the English corporate communication. It attempts to systematize and explain these features through the type of culture and the category of politeness, which is considered as the most important regulator of communicative behavior. The formation of a corporate specialist and the style of one's professional work is also influenced by the specialization chosen by the employee: there are established patterns of behavior in each specialty. Speech behaviour is as a complex unity of communicative qualities, normative, ethical and aesthetic tendencies existing in a particular culture. A comprehensive linguistic analysis of corporate communication produced by native English speakers requires taking into account its linguistic and cultural features as one of the key components of the professional competence of specialists in economic specialties and attracting specific linguistic material that demonstrates stereotypes of speech behavior in the modern corporate communication.