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Grammar Costs: The Price of (Un)Clear Communications

Grammar Costs Time and MONEY Some experts estimate that the US economy wastes $75 billion annually because of poor English skills. Others say that 80 percent of corporate...

Clear or Confusing Writing

CHALLENGE - Choose the correct pronoun: "Someone left (her/his or their) laptop in the Board Room." It's easy to make an error with pronoun agreement. In the Challe...

Whom Are You Going To Call?

Using Who or Whom when writing. WHO or WHOM? We all know that there’s a difference between when to use WHO or when to use WHOM. But could you ex...

Workplace Equal Rights & Feminism

Here are some interesting facts about women and men: Women earn approximately 77% of wages men earn for the same jobs. In politics and in the C-Suite, women have ...

How to Start a Speech

Preparing to communicate effectively (for example: Starting a Speech) means that it will take more time in preparation than it will in delivery. Just like in the pai...

Say What You Mean: Opinion and Fact

Opinion and Fact Depend On Audience Express opinion and fact in the correct settings to make your point effectively. For example, when expressing an opinion among friend...

What is your productivity style?

Most leaders in industry have realized that employees are productive in different ways. Some work well in the morning, whereas others “come to life” at other ti...

Overcome Being the Nervous Public Speaker

Most people have some degree of nervousness when speaking in public. But being the nervous public speaker should not hold you back. The best antidote to fear or nervousn...