To be honest with you…now that’s a phrase you hear too often, and I’m sure I’m guilty of…
It’s something about being authentic, clear and concise yet thoughtful and human
We bandy the word 'passion' around too much, but love of the λόγος (logos) should drive our written expressions.
Take a second to send a link to my website to your intranet manager / editor, in the hopes of brightening their day.
Internal communications that are dull and lifeless often masquerade as interesting by using 'exciting' boilerplate. Here are a few criminal uses of English.
News stories on my intranet ‘fall off‘ the front page after two days and ‘disappear’; at least as…
I have had this role for one year. What have I done to our intranet? Not enough. What will you and I do in the next month or so? Plenty more.
Does your CEO have a ghost writer?
How you refer to the people who work in your company sets the whole tone of your communication - do you wish to talk down to people?
I'm pleased to announce, that going forward, I will ensure I don't write like this!
People might 'hear' or read about a change within your company, but do they 'know' about it?
Choose your words with care.