Excellence in Business Communication, 13th Edition
Handbook of Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage
According to Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph.
Alison Green (photo, left) says interviewing for a job is like going on a date.
Erica Swallow (photo, left) believes that "an infographic resume enables a job seeker to better visualize his or her career history, education and skills.
Donald Todrin (photo, left), writing for the Entrepreneur section of BusinessInsider.
According to SplashData CEO Morgan Slain, who was quoted on Mashable, "Even though people are encouraged to select secure, strong passwords, many people continue to choose weak, easy-to-guess ones, placing themselves at risk from fraud and identity theft.
Laura Labovich (photo, left), contributor to Careerealism.
According to Nancy Duarte (photo, left), "Story is the most powerful way to persuade, whether you're persuading to sell your book or persuading to sell your idea.
Dave Johnson offers some tips on "catching typos before you click send.
Ramona Emerson (photo, left) recently wrote about Google's Verbatim.
Heather Huhman takes a look at the online reputation tools asking, "Do they really serve a purpose?
Jessica Lawlor (photo, left) recently attended the Pennsylvania Conference for Women and made some observations.
Jen Bilik (photo, left) presents a very good case for walking away from screens for a time to just put pen to paper.
Here's an infographic on how, when, and where people share content.
Sue Shellenberger (photo, left), writer for WSJ.
Interested in including some humor in your next public speech.
Jody Glickman (photo, left) "has coached everyone from business school students to Wall Street associates on the art of communicating well.
“I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States …”
In Washington, D.
Dave Johnson has good things to say about 9Slides - an online platform that allows users to upload slides and videos for a synchronized online presentation you can show to those who missed your live presentation.
Alison Green (photo, left), writing for USNews.
Matthew Della Porta (photo, left) begins his article with an employee, Jean, who has been offered a promotion: "Jean gets the promotion she’s been wanting.
Heidi Grant Halvorson (photo, left) takes a look at the right and wrong way to apologize.
"A huge French company has just banned the use of email within the company.
"Each individual has a unique tolerance level for how much physical and emotional stress they can endure before something starts to give," says Mirabai Galashan (photo, left).