Internal Communication

Alternatives to the email grind

December 1, 2016

Here are a few team communication options other than Slack.

Meetings

How exactly do you ‘do coffee’ anyway?

December 1, 2016

Anna Marie Clifton, writing at The Muse, offers tips to get better at “doing coffee.”

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Correctly use Until, Till and ‘Til

December 1, 2016

If you have trouble distinguishing the differences between “until,” “till” and “ ’til,” these tips from Marko Ticak at Grammarly can help get you on the right track.

Time Management

How do productive people get it done?

December 1, 2016

Learn to maximize your time by following these productivity tips.

Work/Life Balance

Talk to your boss about getting a life

December 1, 2016

Some tips on how to approach a conversation with your boss on establishing a healthy work/life balance.

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Rules for concluding emails

Email is the most predominant—and preferred—means of communication for most business professionals. Follow these tips to leave the best possible impression when you conclude your email.

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Don’t be a 10-minute deceiver

What's the most common lie we accidentally tell each other every day? That we'll be home in 10 minutes, or a phone call will just make us five minutes late, or it'll only be a half hour before a project is done. When we speak to others, we chronically underestimate the amount of time things will take because we seek to avoid conflict and put their minds at ease, but the opposite can happen if we're not honest enough. Think of your credibility when making such wobbly guarantees.

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