Posts tagged with: Executive communication

  • Training development for research
I have to start this post with a quote from an online article from Contracting for Business titled Even Accidental Plagiarism Can Cost You. Authors C. Greer and M. Michel say, “With the Internet, plagiarism is on the rise. In...
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  • Team working over a table
Last week I posed two questions about your professional advisory team: How strong is the professional advisory team for your business? How do you manage your team of experts for the revival and success of your business? I’m using the...
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  • Executives getting off corporate jet
Authors of executive summaries often present a dry, top-line view of a report’s information. Taking a marketing approach to writing your executive summary—thinking of the CEO as one of the most significant consumers of your information—can improve the chances that...
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