Business Communication

My 10 Worst Writing Slip ups

August 15, 2016

If I show you my writing slip ups, will you show me yours? What are writing slip ups? Merriam-Webster defines slip ups as careless errors. A bit harsh, yet accurate. Although I call myself a writer, I am far from immune from the sly slip ups. My fingers tremble over the keyboard while thinking about […]

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Business Communication Evaluation: World’s Simplest Template

August 2, 2016

A funny thing happened on the way to this post. It was supposed to offer business communication evaluation templates. Specifically, for assessing how well you deliver on your business communication basics. I found templates. Lots and lots of templates. However, none (in my humble opinion) effectively captured an overall evaluation. But, then I have a […]

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Business Communication: Amazon Delivery Without the Drone

July 18, 2016

Are you a fan of Amazon? I love the Prime member’s delivery service. No costly shipping fees And fast, too The company’s services created Amazon advocates of many of their customers. Amazon explores ways for faster delivery, including the prospect of delivery drones. However, a recent Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ruling may keep that idea […]

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Business Communication Basics Infographic

June 13, 2016

Have you been hanging in there with business communication basics? Missed a few? Forgot to check? Have no idea what I’m talking about? Never fear. A simple summary is here. Better than a summer rerun. This blog started the year helping you answer the following questions that make up business communication basics. Who are you? Who […]

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It’s Okay to Tell Your Audience What to Do

May 31, 2016

Do you hate to be told what to do? Yeah, me, too. Maybe that’s why we fail to tell our business communication audience what to do. We don’t want to tick them off. Or perhaps we assume our audience will know what to do. In the What’s your purpose post, you received three simple questions […]

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