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There is a healthiness to venting when we have strong emotions, such as anger or fear. We do need to be aware, however, how easily and quickly venting can become complaining. Take on a “No Complaining” challenge!
It is my concern, over a period of years, there have been a series of events which are affecting the attitudes of those workers we depend on to keep our country operating.
“The power of life and death is in the tongue,” is not an overstatement or exaggeration. Words matter more than you might realize.
Now that you know your message (your one key point) and you know your audience (what type of language and how much detail you should provide), it’s time to know your style (how you present the material).
Want to improve your public speaking? We have the way forward.
In these hectic and uneasy times it can challenging to gain an audience for your message – but so easy to lose them due to poor word choice or an unfortunate phrase. How to make sure your message isn’t lost to an avoidable error?
Regardless of the field or profession, “other duties as assigned” is a clause common to most job descriptions. For those in communications – from marketing to social media – it could mean that you’re the face of crisis response as your agency’s on-call Public Information Officer.
It is hard to overstate the importance of good communication in the workplace. Here are three easy tips to help you make your communication more effective.
You can achieve better results in technology implementations by seeking the assistance of others and not trying to go it alone.