Jaimy Ford

This month’s Best Communicator Award goes to a trio, drawn together by unfortunate circumstances.

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Reddit CEO and co-founder Steve Huffman earns the title of Worst Communicator this month.

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It’s been an ugly presidential campaign. While we prefer to stay neutral—or mum—on the topic, something is happening on both sides of the campaign that warrants a discussion: blame shifting.

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Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams recently found himself in a social media battle with Johan Malcolm, an employee at a Maryland pizzeria. The reason for Malcolm’s ire? Williams left a 75-cent tip on a $128.26 bill.

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is a beloved Hollywood icon who usually doesn’t put his foot in his mouth. However, a recent social media post lands him on our Worst Communicator list.

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I found this month’s winner of our Worst Communicator Award while watching an interview with Kevin Hillstrom, CEO of MineThatData. No, it’s not Kevin, and he doesn’t name the culprit, so I’ll simply refer to the person as “CEO.”

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This month’s Best Communicator Award was won for responding appropriately to someone who is arguably the month’s Worst Communicator.

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Another day, another disgruntled worker vents some frustration by sneaking insults onto customer receipts.

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This month, our award for Best Communicator doesn’t go to someone you’ll see in the news. No, this month the distinction goes to a group of scrappy 6- to 8-year-old soccer players in Greene County, Va.

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We’re naming Celeste Headlee, radio host and professional interviewer, our Best Communicator of the Month, predominantly because of a gem of a TED talk about conducting a good conversation.

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