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2017 Newsletters

Vol. 2017, No. 45 – Are you communicating authentically enough? You should because it works

Vol. 2017, No. 44 – Are you communicating confusion? Take time to craft your subject line

Vol. 2017, No. 43 – Small talk: Who needs it?!? We all do

Vol. 2017, No. 42 – How do you improve your business communication? It’s not all talk

Vol. 2017, No. 41 – Want to send more effective emails? Paint a picture

Vol. 2017, No. 40 – Can’t get people to listen? Take action

Vol. 2017, No. 39 – Did you get feedback that stinks? Hold your nose, and ask the right questions

Vol. 2017, No. 38 – Want to deliver a great speech? Take a tip from a comic

Vol. 2017, No. 37 – Want to improve your communication? Work backwards!

Vol. 2017, No. 36 – Looking for a career boost? Public speaking is for you

Vol. 2017, No. 35 – Your email reputation: mind your tone!

Vol. 2017, No. 34 – Afraid of conflict at the office? You may be missing out

Vol. 2017, No. 33 – Save yourself from death-by-meeting: 2 tips

Vol. 2017, No. 32 – To emoji at work or not to emoji—that is the question

Vol. 2017, No. 31 – In business communication, it’s how you say it again and again

Vol. 2017, No. 30 – Two little words that can ruin your presentation

Vol. 2017, No. 29 – Deliver a killer team presentation like a smokin’ jazz group

Vol. 2017, No. 28 – Don’t let them doubt that you own it: stop using passive voice

Vol. 2017, No. 27 – The Story Sandwich: Make sure you set the table

Vol. 2017, No. 26 – The Presentation Sandwich: Finish strong, leave them satisfied

Vol. 2017, No. 25 – The Information Sandwich for email

Vol. 2017, No. 24 – When you negotiate, know why you need your orange.

Vol. 2017, No. 23 – Having trouble communicating with your audience? Connect more.

Vol. 2017, No. 22 – Afraid of awkward silence? Don’t be. Embrace the space.

Vol. 2017, No. 21 – What’s the best way to communicate with Millennials at work?

Vol. 2017, No. 20 – What are public speaking skills worth? 50% more money

Vol. 2017, No. 19 – How can you affect the communication culture at work?

Vol. 2017, No. 18 – What is poor communication costing you? Talk isn’t cheap!

Vol. 2017, No. 17 – Want to add more value in meetings? Think different

Vol. 2017, No. 16 – The trick to being persuasive? It’s about the audience, silly!

Vol. 2017, No. 15 – Feeling “lost in translation” with your work communication?

Vol. 2017, No. 14 – How to build trust at work: Tell a personal story

Vol. 2017, No. 13 – Nervous about public speaking? Channel your inner rock star!

Vol. 2017, No. 12 – Business means sometimes having to say you’re sorry

Vol. 2017, No. 11 – How much time do you waste by avoiding difficult conversations?

Vol. 2017, No. 10 – Should women “man up” to be successful at work?

Vol. 2017, No. 09 – Not enjoying conflict within your team? Practice getting better at it

Vol. 2017, No. 08 – Dread negotiations? Here’s something to think about

Vol. 2017, No. 07 – How do you know what the right next career move is? Informational interviewing

Vol. 2017, No. 06 – How well do you listen when you lead?

Vol. 2017, No. 05 – Are you ready to ask for a raise?

Vol. 2017, No. 04 – Hate Networking? How to survive your next networking event

Vol. 2017, No. 03 – Shifting gears with our newsletter | The real reason email is such a pain

Vol. 2017, No. 02 – Speaking up at work | Millennials are impacting the future of communication

Vol. 2017, No. 01 – How to speak up for yourself | Make yourself likable in interviews

2016 Newsletters

Vol. 2016, No. 26 – Oh joy, feedback I didn’t want. Thanks! | Why you shouldn’t tell people to “relax”

Vol. 2016, No. 25 – When your boss doesn’t have time for you | The do’s and don’ts of digital communication

Vol. 2016, No. 24 – Two words to aim for in your next negotiation | Why you’re not a great public speaker

Vol. 2016, No. 23 – Networking online successfully | 3 Salary negotiation challenges and how to beat them

Vol. 2016, No. 22 – The mistake women make when negotiating | Make email feedback sound less critical

Vol. 2016, No. 21 – Negotiation lessons from the car dealership | Stop trying to sound smart when writing

Vol. 2016, No. 20 – Need to break a bad communication habit? | 3 Feedback steps that won’t crush your team

Vol. 2016, No. 19 – Think small talk is meaningless? | The right way to back out of commitments

Vol. 2016, No. 18 – 3 things to research before a job interview | The 2 unbreakable laws of public speaking

Vol. 2016, No. 17 – Want to “win” your salary negotiation? | Improving your résumé with stories

Vol. 2016, No. 16 – Delivering conversational sounding presentations | 3 speeches to inspire you

Vol. 2016, No. 15 – Begin business conversations on the right foot | Mind your interviewing manners

Vol. 2016, No. 14 – Handling conflict at work | How to respond to angry or emotional emails

Vol. 2016, No. 13 – How to nail a job interview | How to introduce yourself so people remember you

Vol. 2016, No. 12 – Get to the point of your email! | Answering “Tell me about a time when…” questions

Vol. 2016, No. 11 – The art of not working at work | 6 ways to be interesting during an interview

Vol. 2016, No. 10 – Employers want candidates who can write! | The remarkable resume of Leonardo da Vinci

Vol. 2016, No. 09 – NFL to Broadway: 3 lessons for your career journey | Tricks for reading body language

Vol. 2016, No. 08 – How to make ‘your story’ a great story | Make yourself indispensable with communication

Vol. 2016, No. 07 – Should I follow my passion or maintain my standard of living?

Vol. 2016, No. 06 – Stop chasing money, start chasing purpose | The role of luck in your success

Vol. 2016, No. 05 – Stop boring people with your story | The puzzle of motivation

Vol. 2016, No. 04 – Are you stuck in a work rut? | Red flags you raise with your language choices

Vol. 2016, No. 03 – 5 Tips for people who hate to network | Elizabeth Gilbert: curiosity driven life

Vol. 2016, No. 02 – Feeling like you’re not doing enough? | Dealing with the Impostor Syndrome

Vol. 2016, No. 01 – 2 Questions to get out of your “wait and see” holding pattern

2015 Newsletters

Vol. 2015, No. 19 – Existential Question to Raise Your Communication Game

Vol. 2015, No. 18 – What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up? | Do Only What You Do Best

Vol. 2015, No. 17 – Not feeling thankful? Try a little trust | NYT op-ed on gratitude

Vol. 2015, No. 16 – Guillermo featured in UNC Business magazine | Jeff Weiner, Oprah talk career

Vol. 2015, No. 15 – 3 Reasons to welcome uncertainty in your career | LinkedIn photo

Vol. 2015, No. 14 – The grass in your work life may be green enough | Leadership lessons from Pope Francis

Vol. 2015, No. 13 – Wisdom in daydreams | Deciding on work-life balance | Storytelling

Vol. 2015, No. 12 – 3 Reasons you’re not doing what you want | What happens in a coaching meeting?

Vol. 2015, No. 11 – Your Work Life Swimming Pool | Looking for work while employed

Vol. 2015, No. 10 – Life is short, live with intention | 7-Step Guide to Finding What You Love

Vol. 2015, No. 09 – Are you professionally independent? | Clean up your desk, for joy’s sake

Vol. 2015, No. 08 – David Sedaris and work beliefs | Elizabeth Gilbert

Vol. 2015, No. 07 – Work-life balance | Martin Short | Sleeping for Success

Vol. 2015, No. 06 – Tips on Transition from a Quinceañera

Vol. 2015, No. 05 – Are you asking the right questions?

Vol. 2015, No. 04 – Rethinking “Failure”

Vol. 2015, No. 03 – Mindfulness | Well-being Dashboard

Vol. 2015, No. 02 – Move towards your vision

Vol. 2015, No. 01 – Getting past analysis paralysis by taking account of your assets

 

2014 Newsletters

Dec 2014 – Career inspiration from a banker turned artist

Nov 2014 – An evidence-based trick to improve your outlook at work