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“The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.”

…Mark Twain

The goal of editing is to make a writing look and sound its best. Proofreading is the process of correcting grammatical, spelling, and typographical errors in a writing. Editing comes before Proofreading. In editing, we look for consistency and clarity in the writing. It includes content revision, language usage, flow, readability, and correcting grammar and spelling errors. Hence, it is imperative that “business writer-editor” are competent in the English language as well.

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Unmanaged stress of frontline staffs have a domino effect on others. At the corporate level, it will lead to higher staff turnover, added workload on other staffs, managers spend more time “counselling” affected staffs and more money are spent on medical treatment and absence from work.

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Most of us dread engaging in difficult Most of us dread engaging in difficult conversation. They are uncomfortable and we fear being drawn into situations that might make us look bad or feel incompetent. We also shy away from these conversations because we don’t want to hurt feelings, don’t know how to handle the situation, or are afraid that the other person might react negatively or aggressively. Hence, we would rather avoid or delay such conversations, hoping that the issues will resolve themselves or that someone else will deal with it.

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Most persuasive writing courses only teach the art of persuasion through logical motivation. What makes our New Language in Persuasive Writing workshop so unique is our ability to integrate logical motivation with powerful psychological tools available in NLP.

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Being assertive empowers you to express yourself in honest ways with others. It also allows others to know what you want or need from them, giving them the option to meet your needs.

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A common issue summary writers encounter is the difficulty of balancing the conflicting demands of topic coverage, completeness and conciseness. Other causes of poor summary writing include length, redundancy and irrelevance.

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Effective listening is one of the most important and powerful communication skill that is often overlook in professional development. It takes courage for one to recognize the need for such training. But knowing oneself is the beginning of wisdom.

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Humour is more than just funny concepts and is not dependent on a person’s natural comedic ability. It is about our ability to see humour in daily situations and use them appropriately. When people laugh, they also feel comfortable with you. It helps connect you to people and get people to open up. 

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The most difficult subject is one who will not talk at all, and prolonging his confinement will only serve to increase the difficulty. Hence, the use of effective and legitimate persuasive techniques is necessary to get reluctant subjects to talk voluntarily and truthfully.

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If you are successfully using the confrontational approach , you can almost be certain the suspect would have confessed more quickly and with fewer struggles using the Wicklander-Zulawski Non-Confrontational method.

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