The Art of Interrupting

Your role as a project manager is to keep everyone on task in meetings and just in general as you move toward your goals. So it should actually be expected that you will need to (politely) interrupt people from time to time. Read on to see tips on how you can master the art of interrupting!

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.