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Summarizing a project’s success or failure is a great way to reflect within the group. It helps to be chronological and detailed, describing the impact, learning and conclusion.
Understand that writing always leaves room for (mis)interpretation, and make sure you are using ...
Positivity is to be used, and negative language to be avoided. One should take up the opportunity to lift others up.
Also, avoid negative assumptions with accusing sentences formations that can backfire in minutes. Better to ask neutral and positive questions, in a cheerful way rather t...
There is increased isolation, anxiety and paranoia due to remote work, and many of the teammates can assume the worst in certain situations.
Keep your conversations transparent and honest, and keep motivating the teammates.
Remote working has mainly two modes of communication, email type asynchronous communication, or an audio/video call.
This is one of the first pieces of advice people give to those seeking remote work.
When you work remotely, a few misplaced words can become an occupational hazard. Every word you type (or don’t) is important in conveying your ideas and communicating effectively with your c...
Company-wide emails are an opportunity to use your storytelling skills and keep things interesting and engaging to the wide audience.
While trying to convince your team, it is a good idea not to keep rambling and get to the point.
Lead with your key point, making the main point clear in the subject line or in the first sentence. Use bold fonts if required.
This is a literary device that makes your words interesting and confident, the direct approach is great for a business setting.
Saying ‘We made a Partnership with XYZ’ is a better way to convey the deal, than ‘A partnership was made with XYZ’.
“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.”, Michael Jordan
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