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Monthly Archives: June 2011

Professional Courtesy

When we are young, our parents teach us how to say “Please” and “Thank you.” They explain how to share our toys and not to interrupt when others are speaking. What happens to courtesy when we reach the workplace? For some, it seems that basic kindness is thrown out the window at work. In some […]

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Wed, June 29 2011 » Corporate Culture, Success Consciousness » No Comments

How To Write an Email, Part 3: The Greeting

I know that these days, emails are often fired off in a few seconds while you’re standing in line at the grocery store. That doesn’t give much time for any kind of greeting, but to me this is an essential part of an email. Take a look at this example message: Can you please print […]

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Mon, June 27 2011 » Technology Tips » No Comments

How To Write an Email, Part 2: The Subject

The subject line of an email is probably the single most important piece of the entire message. A good subject will cause a message to be read and processed. A bad subject will cause it to be ignored. If your subject is really terrible, then it might just go directly to spam. Let me start […]

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Mon, June 20 2011 » Personal Organization, Technology Tips » No Comments

How To Write an Email, Part 1: The Structure

Let’s face facts: we all receive a ton of email. Much of that email is going to be scanned at best, and a lot is going to be junked right away. When you write email to someone else, how you choose to write it is going to have a tremendous impact on whether or not […]

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Fri, June 17 2011 » Technology Tips » No Comments

Should You Have a “Professional Spouse?”

I was at a conference recently of administrative assistants, and one of the panelists talked about how her boss was her “professional spouse.” Not her actual spouse, mind you. Both the executive and the assistant were married to other people, but her point was that (with her words) “as a secretary to an important company […]

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Mon, June 13 2011 » Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud, Work/Life Balance » No Comments

Quality and Perfectionism

If I were to be entirely honest, I would say I am a “recovering perfectionist.” Once you have the idea of what it means for something to be flawless, it’s very difficult to accept anything less in the future. However, there is much more value in abandoning the idea of perfect work in favor of […]

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Fri, June 10 2011 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Corporate Culture, Success Consciousness, Time Management » No Comments