Re: Effective business communications

Subject: Re: Effective business communications
From: Robert Plamondon <robert -at- PLAMONDON -dot- COM>
Date: Sat, 12 Apr 1997 08:19:38 -0700

Dan Roberts writes:

>I have recently switched managers at my job, and find that my new >manager does not think I communicate as effectively as possible.

>The process of submitting drafts, memos, and proposals to my manage >each attempting to incorporate her suggestions to improve efficacy,
>and having each shot down for yet another reason .... is beginning
>to wear on me.

I had a manager like that once. She made the same amount of markup
any time you handed her a document. The density of red ink was
completely unrelated to the document itself.

The short-term solution was to show her a document as few times
as possible, and only at conveninet times. The long-term solution
was to find another manager.

-- Robert

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