Your office job involves a lot of writing, whether you are responsible for marketing efforts, or simply corresponding with peers and potential clients and customers. Avoid these seven deadly sins in the world of business communication to improve your success.
Your salary is not the most important thing when negotiating a job offer. Think outside the box during your negotiations to land such perks as flexible hours, onsite daycare, free snacks or even dry cleaning!
Whether it’s your first interview, or your fifth, everyone can use a few pointers to set them up for success. After interviewing dozens of candidates for a variety of positions, here are four tips I can give you to impress your interviewees.
From the time we could walk and talk, we’ve been making mistakes — it’s what makes us inherently human. In business, the path to success is fraught with faux pas. It’s not avoiding mistakes, but how we react to those mistakes that makes us better leaders.
It seems like displaying humanity should come easily to your business. After all, those desks in your office are filled with people — not robots. They should be all the tools you need to show your customers your human side, right? Not so in today’s world. Is technology masking your humanity?
Once upon a time, the strapline (or tagline) was seen as a vital part of your branding. But has it served it’s purpose? Learn why you may want to consider a tagline for your business and how to come up with a good one.
Look online and you will see lots of pictures and videos, but mostly words. Heaps and piles of words. You know what? Someone was paid to write most of them. Why not you? You are already an expert on a few topics. Can you enlighten someone on science, literature, technology or whatever you’re studyin