Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 14. Planning Reports and Proposals
Take a look at Joe Latta's workout for better business writing.
"I want to talk about the way it feels to push yourself past something that you have recognized as the very limit of your abilities, the edge of what is possible for you.
Shana Lebowitz (photo, left) offers advice on how to take control of our daily habits.
Richard Feloni discusses how Jon Levy networks.
"There are 3 laws I live by when it comes to being productive.
John Coleman (photo, left) explains at HBR.
"While there are many head-against-the-wall moments when you’re hunting for your dream job, there are five hiring manager moves in particular that really get under your skin—even when they’re a normal part of the process.
"Start out with five simple steps: .
"Knowing the subtext of classic interview questions can put you at ease.
"In a perfect world, your completed assignments would speak for themselves.
Stacey Gawronski reports.
"For their service in the 2006 Battle of Ramadi, Navy SEAL Team Three Task Unit Bruiser and its commander Jocko Willink [photo, lef] became the most highly decorated special-operations unit of the Iraq War," writes Dragan Radovanovic and Richard Feloni.
"It used to be that Snapchat was seen as a platform geared mostly toward teens and pre-teens.
Sarah Perez reports on the topic at TechCrunch.
"A principle I admire is, 'To be a great truly leader, we must stand with our people, not above them.
"The thought of speaking up when you weren't expecting to contribute to the conversation is terrifying," declares Stacey Gawronski (photo, left).
"As the head curator for TED, the global nonprofit famous for its insightful talks, Chris Anderson [photo, left] knows a thing or two about what a successful TED talk looks like," says Chris Weller of BusinessInsider.
Shana Lebowitz sits down to talk with Daniel Shapiro (photo, left), the founder and director of the Harvard International Negotiation Program.
"When I was hiring manager, I spoke with upwards of 30 to 40 candidates a week.
Dan Lyons has some advice for those wanting, or needing, to change careers.
"When you're interviewing for a job, everyone has advice for you," writes Emmie Martin (photo, left) and Rachel Gillett.
Kathryn Dill (photo, left) presents the 3 components of natural presenting.
Jeff Haden (photo, left) has the list.
"Unfortunately, buzzwords can seriously weaken your persuasive messaging and give an impression of insecurity.