Don't Ridicule Or Mock In Writing. Or This Could Happen.

By on June 25, 2013 in Leadership with 1 Comment

Doesn’t matter that your written communication is private. Doesn’t matter that you trust your recipient. “Private” documents/emails/texts/instant messages find their way into the public. So…

Never mock, insult or ridicule friends, colleagues, supervisors — anyone — in writing.

Mistakes happen, like this one, where a private communication can end a career.

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