Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 14. Planning Reports and Proposals
Toss out that passé Objective section of yesterday and replace it with a well-branded, focused statement that gives the reader a clear message about who you are in less than 5 words.
Whether you're presenting to investors, customers, or employees, communications expert Bill Rosenthal says you should be sure to avoid these gestures.
In creating your personal brand, it’s important that you have a story.
Written by a non-statistician in hokey language and illustrated by humorous line drawings, How To Lie With Statistics is as relevant and enjoyable as when it first appeared in 1954.
In my life I have deliberately cultivated a workday that is flexible, simplified, slow, mindful, creative.
[Today's job seekers] are not only competing with hundreds of other professionals for every open position, but they’re also bombarded with tons of career advice from every angle telling them what to do (and what not to do) in order to land their next job.
Feedback from employees is the core of Fortune's Best Companies to Work For rankings.
Most businesses are now well aware of the benefits that using social media can bring, such as driving sales, getting customer feedback, building brand awareness and more.
According to a recent study by Proskauer, 25% of businesses do not allow social media use at work and 26.
There are 12 essential elements of a successful internal communications strategy:
One of the happiest, most successful executives we know is a woman named Deb.
Faced with the task of having to deliver a presentation "to people who are older than you, more important than you or more of an expert than you .
Are you wondering why everyone in the business world is so agog over LinkedIn?
It’s a fabulous thing when you finally get a job offer.
Since I've been writing about writing for PR Daily, I've covered such topics as punctuation, usage, words and their shades of meaning, and how to proofread for success.
At Inkwell Strategies, we consider love and tolerance to be of the utmost importance.
In an increasingly digitized world, roughly 45 percent of employers now reportedly use social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter to screen potential employees, according to Mindflash.
We all want to express our individual selves, be it in person or online.
In my workshops it is common that participants ask about what they need to take into account when they must take their PowerPoint presentation to another computer on a USB drive instead of using a laptop.
Your employees are Facebooking and Tweeting at work.
Not sure where to put that comma?
What if you see something online and disagree?
Whether it’s email, Twitter, Facebook, or — going back to the ancient days — even business letters and proposals, the single most powerful word in business writing is “you.