Writing in plain English is becoming a forgotten art in the corporate world.
Sandra Barber, Communications Manager at Staffordshire Housing Group, believes “pompous, wordy communications” – often seen in both internal and external communication – is a huge turn-off for an audience.
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You learn something new every day, the saying goes.
Twitter and Facebook regularly surprise and delight (not to mention frustrate) me in equal measure.
Learning, it seems, never stops on social.
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As Queen once famously sang: “Mistakes, I’ve made a few.” Indeed I have – and certainly of the spelling variety.
And as a seasoned journalist, that’s simply not good enough. But it seems being slap-dash on the grammar front is slowly becoming socially acceptable. Why?
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