The Project Sponsor

The project sponsor is one of the most important stakeholders you will have on any given project. If you do not have a leader talking the talk and really walking the walk – outwardly supporting the change, its goals, its potential outcomes, new processes and systems, etc. – people will not get on board.

Writing a Simple and Effective Email

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Since email is part of our work culture, you must learn how to write clear, succinct emails that communicate to the reader whatever it is you intended.

When I write emails that contain more than a few sentences, I keep the following seven tips to writing a simple and effective email in mind.