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Get off the stage and tweet

December 29, 2009


The new year is a fine time to resolve to advance your presentation skills.  If you’ve been presenting to groups for decades, take the time to listen to what your audiences are telling you this month and in the months ahead.  They’re not your father’s seat warmers. Chance are that, whether you are presenting to […]

What to ask when you’re the reporter

December 16, 2009


When you pull out your keyboard to interview someone within or outside your group, the questions you ask will determine the impact of the article you write, whether it’s for a customer magazine, an internal newsletter, an awards submission or a marketing case study. Deciding which questions to ask can make the difference between a […]

Stumbling into 2010

December 8, 2009


As we stumble into the last year of the century’s first decade, we’re all a bit woozy from the battering administered by the threadbare economy, snowballing public scandals and NBC’s abandonment of 10 p.m. dramas. Still, things are looking up considerably compared with last year at this time, and certainly the past year has offered […]