Key Differences In Communicating To Small Teams And Large Teams

August 3, 2012 Rosie Symonds 0

The importance of communication cannot be overstated in business or in the workplace. It is such an essential aspect of business that no business team […]

School Uniforms: Simple Solution for Better Schools or Pointless Tyranny?

July 29, 2012 Sarah Thompson 0

There was a time when a school uniform on a student was proof of private school attendance. More and more, however, public schools have instituted […]

Networking Events

Why Networking Events Remain Important Even in the Age of Social Media

July 23, 2012 Lewis Humphries 1

In the age of remote interaction, you could be forgiven for thinking that physical networking events were something of an unnecessary corporate expense. After all, […]

The Disembodied Body Language of Email

May 17, 2012 Jeffrey Ventrella 0

With computer-mediated communication, reading and writing have become a tango. Text is ephemeral, disposable, spontaneous – much like real-time natural language. In fact, texting occurs at near-conversation rates. How does this alter our experience of the written word? When text communication approaches this rate of exchange, something new kicks in: emotions and fleeting thoughts get mingled with the generation of words.