If you want one way to sound smarter in your writing and presentations, clean up your lists. Poor grammar makes lists less clear and less compelling.
When the same issue comes up three times in completely different contexts in one week, I know it’s time to write a post. This week, it’s the implicit contract teammates have with one another that no one will criticize, or even challenge, one another, especially when the boss is present. It’s time to change the […]
Recently, I wrote an article about effective business communication for HBR that spread like hotcakes. You can read it here. It follows the standard HBR style and is therefore written in proper prose. When Missy Lafferty commented on Twitter that the post makes a great checklist for business messages, I decided to convert the ideas […]