Avoid using the following nonwords.
Burying a message in executive buzzwords will sink your credibility.
Beware of using redundancies when you speak and write.
Don't make the mistake of using the wrong option in these tricky word pairs.
Even more tricky word pairs to watch out for.
Disparity vs. discrepancy
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October 2014 Issue
Kathleen Brush, a 25-year veteran of international business and author of The Power of One: You're the Boss, warns managers at all levels to avoid being one of these terrible bosses:
Also in this issue:
The Cure for Toxic Boss Syndrome
Do you want to ensure that the managers in your organization steer clear of the behaviors that destroy morale and productivity and lead to bitter, frustrated and disengaged employees? In this multi-media product, you will witness five of the worst bosses and learn how to avoid becoming one.
Posted on September
What drives you crazy when it comes to workplace communication? What misstatements and bad habits push your buttons? Your friends and family probably tell you to stop nitpicking - at least that's what we hear all the time.
Don't listen to those people. You are a person who cares about effective communication. And you are the type of person from whom we want to hear.