Ever get a confusing email about “drilling down on a mission-critical key priority going forward”? Have you spent days drafting the perfect communication, only to see your colleagues toss the long-winded document in the recycling bin?
It’s not enough to have great ideas—you also have to express them effectively. This infographic offers a few tips and tricks to help.
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