Modern life in developed nations has become so routinely amazing that it’s easy to take it for granted. So let’s reflect for a minute on how much our lives are improved by things like these.
The spell-check, auto-correct and voice-recognition programs on your phone, email, word processor and other tools can be useful — but they’re not replacements for a thorough review of your work before you send it out.
Is the dreaded Internet troll really such a problem? Or is posting nasty comments just another part of the battlefield of ideas?
The author says that sometimes the best course of action in communicating is to say nothing.
A new analysis from the Partnership for Public Service shows that federal employees’ satisfaction with their leaders’ communication is low and has been dropping on average across the federal government.
A company based out of Los Angeles has developed a product that it says reduces wait times in lines in public restrooms and hopes to begin marketing it to federal agencies in the near future.
There will inevitably be times when you disagree with your co-workers on various issues. The author offers some tips for handling disagreements at work gracefully.
People use the term “literally” a lot. Do you? Are you misusing it?
You can’t avoid speaking or writing unpleasant truths by using the passive voice. Here’s why.
You’ve done the hard work of crafting your message. Don’t undermine all of that work with a shoddy or misplaced presentation. Try this instead.