Sounds odd, perhaps. But you’d be surprised how many writers and speakers of English are uncomfortable with short, direct and simple communication. Look at these sentences: “We are planning to reduce our commitment to human resources in favour of technology-based solutions in the manufacturing environment.” This means the company is …
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The truth is that without good communications skills, it’s unlikely you’ll qualify as a leader. If you have the necessary skills and training, you may rise to a management position. Leadership requires an entirely different set of additional skills. Your responsibility is to be the craftsman of your organization’s mission. Why …