The Anthony Weiner scandal shows us once again the importance of thinking carefully before any digital communication.
If you follow a few simple tips, you can use PowerPoint to create presentations that powerfully communicate your ideas and even inspire your audience.
In his first article in the series, the author suggested that a new paradigm for civilian civil service is needed. This second article explores in greater detail ideas for these changes.
Most reports we’re forced to read at work are flat-out boring — but yours don’t have to be. Try these tips for writing standout reports, tips proven to win over readers by the world’s most successful copywriters.
You write so many emails that it’s inconceivable you won’t make mistakes with them–mistakes that can embarrass you and even damage your reputation. Here are tips to avoid some of the most common email blunders.
Are you finding time to take on the big-picture projects that really matter to you and your team? Or are you spending your entire workday reacting? If you consistently find the day getting away from you, try the tips in this free time-management ebook.
When a colleague sends out documents with frequent typos, many of us cannot help but view that colleague as careless or even incompetent. But that doesn’t need to happen to any of us. Try these proofreading techniques.
Humor can add real value to your writing – even your work-related writing – but not if your jokes come at the expense of others. If you put mockery or insults in writing, you’ll risk what happened to this school principal.
Communication skills aren’t magic. They aren’t inherited by a lucky few, either. You can learn them. And you’ll find many of them in this free little ebook as a gift from the author and FedSmith.com: Become a Master Communicator: 59 Quick and Easy Tips You Can Use Today to Become a Standout Writer, Speaker, Presenter, and Listener.