If you want people to feel part of your team and to be committed to your strategic direction, you need to show them that you too are part of that team and that you are passionate about where you want to take the company. The most effective way to do this is with frequent face-to-face communication.
Good communication with internal and external audiences during a crisis is crucial to maintaining your company’s most hard-earned asset—its good name. Follow these tips to make sure you are prepared when bad news hits.
I recently ordered a set of six demitasse cups and saucers for my coffee shop through Amazon. The order was filled by Ace Photo Video, which I got a chuckle out of since I was a photographer before opening my coffee bar. The order was shipped promptly and I received the order the next day. [...]
For those of us who are posting here, I thought this article, “100 Ways to Find Ideas for Your Blog Posts” by Steve Aitchison would be of interest. Great ideas!
While at times it can seem more like a curse than a blessing, e-mail is an essential business communications tool. It is all too easy to make errors in e-mail that will cause people to question your professionalism. Potential e-mail gaffes can be avoided by following these suggestions:
Here is a great article I came across while doing some research online today. It’s written by Glen Stansberry on NetTutsPlus.com blog. This particular blog post is a part of Blog Action Day 2009 Climate Change.
Climate change is greatly affected by our carbon footprint. As web developers, it may not seem that we make huge [...]