If you read my recent article “How to write better F2F seminars and training sessions” you’ll know I dangled a carrot – about how to make your messages stick in participants’s minds, rather than get dribbled away by time, stress, cluttered brain syndrome and more.
It doesn’t matter how interested people are. It doesn’t matter how dramatic and fascinating the content is. It doesn’t matter how much you pay a famous keynote speaker to whip them up into a frenzy and get them dancing all the way out to the parking lot shouting the company tagline.
They forget. [Read more…]
Know someone who knows it all? Here’s the ultimate quiz for people who know absolutely everything…
And interestingly enough, these are not trick questions. I’m told they are straight questions with straight answers.
Bonne chance… [Read more…]
Your best friend, a lovely neighbour or a member of your family has just been fired or made redundant. It’s no secret, so you want to show them you care. You won’t find any greeting cards in the local card shop saying “bad luck on getting sacked” or “sorry you were laid off from work.”
So what do you write in an email or private social media message? Here are some thoughts you might like to consider…
For a list of all 12 articles in this series on how to write well to people dealing with death, bereavement and other life sadness, click here.