Excellence in Business Communication, 13th Edition
Handbook of Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage
"Once you know you’re leaving a company, you need to think carefully about how you want to break the news, says job coach Lea McLeod [photo, left].
"Here are seven easy ways to prevent email from killing your productivity and taking over your day: .
Jeff Haden presents each tip and a link to the appropriate TED talk including one by Malcolm Gladwell.
"How many times have you applied for a job and never heard back?
According to Bob Hutchins, "What people are sharing and how they’re sharing it is changing.
"Everyone knows they should ask questions at the end of a job interview, but what do you ask?
"Here are 11 email etiquette rules you should always follow at work.
Karla Gutierrez covers the topic at eshiftlearning.
"One of the most underrated features of Word 2013 is its ability to run apps," writes Brien Posey (photo, left).
"The Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw once wrote, “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.
"Here is one of the most common business inquiries I receive: 'I am about to launch a (business/book/seminar) and want to use Twitter to do it,'" says Mark W.
Advice from the folks at BridgeConsultants.
Jacqueline Smith (photo, left) will get little disagreement when she says, "Writing your very first resume can be a daunting process.
According to Jacquelyn Smith and Vivian Giang, "Here are the most important tips on how to introduce yourself, how to dress, and what to order at restaurants from [Barbara] Pachter's book.
Justin Gmoser covers the topic in a video presentation.
"If you're not entirely comfortable speaking in public, then giving a PowerPoint in front of your colleagues or clients can be a great source of anxiety," writes Richard Feloni in a piece featured at BusinessInsider.
Melissa Venable presents her list at OnlineColleges.
"For some people, being appreciative comes naturally," writes Maria Elena Duron (photo, left) in a piece at Yahoo.
"To many people, LinkedIn seems like a chaotic, confusing mess," declares Janet Scarborough Civitelli, Ph.
"No one likes getting criticism," states Sue Shellenbarger in a piece at WSJ.
"Videos and photos are more likely to get clicked and shared on social media.