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by Jeanette Nyden
Preparing for negotiation is the most important thing you can do to influence the negotiation in your favor.
by Lynda Silsbee
Dear HR Advisor:
One of our employees is the source of regular complaints because of his rude, unprofessional behavior. When he's upset, he has a quick temper and has been known to yell at or be sarcastic with his peers and direct reports. His behavior can be obnoxious, but he's never gotten physical or done anything that specifically violates our harassment policy. How should we deal with him?
by Lynn Gaertner-Johnston
Before dressing up any type of writing, ask yourself what your readers need. Do readers actually need new ways of looking at data? Or are they perfectly satisfied getting the information in a consistent format week after week?
by Natasha Terk
Are you writing to influence your manager to increase your budget or accept your proposal? Do you want to make sure people have all the information they need to attend the upcoming conference or off-site meeting? Follow this six-step writing process to get the results you want from your written communication.
by Adele Sommers
Imagining how our customers might want — or need — to use our products and services helps us create offerings that will help them succeed in many situations and circumstances.