talk or write

To Talk or Write? A Critical Communication Decision—Part 2

Last week’s post presented seven reasons to write rather than talk to your employees, suppliers, and strategic partners: Allows time to...

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talk or write

To Talk or Write? A Critical Communication Decision (Part 1)

The US has just come through a political mine field—most referencing texts, emails, phone calls, and meetings as proof of either guilt or...

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mentoring moment

Using Mentoring Moments to Coach Your Team to Greater Career Success

Millennials aren’t the only generation that demands frequent feedback and expects to advance quickly up the career ladder. In fact, HR typically...

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executive buy-in

How to Pitch Ideas to Your Executive Team

“Never got a response to my email.” “They never followed through on my recommendation.” “I’d definitely like to have a seat at the table...

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positive communication

Turn Negative, Depressing Conversations To Positive Communication

(Forbes first published my article here.) Everywhere you turn these last few weeks, you hear bad news and sad stories about the Coronavirus and...

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moderate meetings

How to Moderate Meetings Without Mayhem—Virtual or Physical

Moderators for several of the 2020 Democratic presidential debates have received harsh criticism—most notably the CBS moderators, who at times...

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