It's always good to address people by their first name in a conversation, as it makes them feel seen and builds a connection. But it can be overdone, and cross a line if not used with care. For instance, the following statement is an example of a positive use of a first name: "Have a … Continue reading Workplace Communication Tip #87
Never underestimate the power of using the word “Folks” in your workplace communication.
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I don't really like to brag about my professional accomplishments; it can seem tacky. However . . .