“You’re on mute,” “it is what it is,” “ping” — aren’t these ready for the dust heap yet? Can we send them the way of “value-added”?
Every year, the dictionary wizards at Merriam-Webster and Oxford give us a look at the words that are moving us. How do those affect the way you communicate?
Sometimes, a single word will do. We’re sharing the terms that’ll take us through 2024 — the words that will guide us, inspire us or keep us on our toes.
It’s not just his incandescent nose that shows him the way. Rudolph, like all new leaders, needs a communications launch plan to help him navigate.
We’ve all sat through speeches that meander, feel irrelevant to event objectives, or don’t capture the audience. Use these tips to write speeches that connect.
Writing a great speech is just the first step. Do you need a teleprompter? Does your voice sound odd? What’s the best speaking pace? Read on for more advice.
The haunted houses and costumes might be scary, but the treats are eerily delicious! For this month’s binge, we’re sharing our favorite Halloween candy.
When it comes to your corporate image, hard-won reputation, market presence and overall brand, there are plenty of lessons from Twitter’s chaotic rebirth as X.
Don’t leave behind X or jump wagon to Threads without taking everything into account.
Fall is right around the corner, and you know what that means: football! For this month’s binge, we’re sharing our favorite tailgate foods.