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Communication Briefings

Your first priority of your content strategy is to produce content that people will find valuable. Your next priority is to make sure people read it.

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Do you glorify being busy—or at least use it as an excuse for everything? Here’s why you should stop that.

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Whether it’s a new team member or someone who seems out of the loop, here are four ways to make people feel included.

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If you want to engage in lively conversations, avoid these mistakes.

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These habits can seriously undermine your professionalism, destroy your workplace relationships and prevent you from moving up the ladder.

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You might be a wonderful person and a fantastic employee; but if you do the following, people may think otherwise.

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You may have written the most poignant blog post ever. You may have a dozen ways to share it with people. However, if the title is only so-so, don’t count on too many people clicking on it.

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If 90% of the time you are thinking before speaking, then very rarely do you say something rude, embarrass an employee, or come across as inflexible (or worse, arrogant).

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What do you do when your employees don’t work on-site—or at a desk at all, and their work keeps them from checking email, text and voicemail regularly?

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Here are some common lines and how they might be interpreted.

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