Thank you, Tri-County Suburban REALTORS, for inviting me to facilitate the last session of your LDP (Leadership Development Program). I hope everyone leveraged the presenter’s three-minute first impression during your […]
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Capitalization rules are easy; it’s the exceptions that drive us crazy. Which is correct? These reports were provided by the city of Jackson. OR These reports were provided by […]
Are department names supposed to be capitalized? Do we submit something to the Administration and Finance Department or the administration and finance department? Does it make a difference if it’s […]
I know Jim Tunney. So, imagine my surprise to see him quoted on the mirror of the women’s restroom! Jim and I go back 20 years to my […]
It was 20 years ago this week that I received my CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) designation through the National Speakers Association at the summer annual meeting and convention in New […]
Actually, this advice applies for all of us. Because high school and college graduates are busily addressing announcements and invitations and thank-you correspondence this time of year, we’ll focus on […]
Following last week’s post regarding RSVPs, a number of parents responded with a request to address “addressing” envelopes. Graduates are mailing graduation announcements and invitations and thank-you notes, so I […]
It’s that most wonderful time of year: graduation time. Each day is filled with awards days, ceremonies, senior banquets, graduation parties, showers, and family celebrations. So, at the request […]
Each year, Stanley Seminars, LLC, surveys leaders within various organizations and associations regarding the essentials of leadership and business acumen. For the executive communication section, we created a Top Ten […]
In five minutes, this ballroom at the Old Capitol Inn in Jackson is going to be buzzing with 140+ students from high schools throughout Mississippi. ECM (Electric Cooperatives of […]