Communications

A Win for Civility Online

by Jon Shure on February 27, 2020
Starting today, nj.com will make its little corner of the Internet a saner place by no longer allowing reader comments.
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Communicating Your Message: Be Clear, Simple

by Jon Shure on February 13, 2020
Regardless of your audience, use language in your messaging that is clear and simple.
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Words Matter: A Communications Resolution for 2020

by Jon Shure on January 2, 2020
As 2020 begins, let’s make a resolution to put this word out to pasture.
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Fundraisers, Does Your ‘Ask’ Sell Your Work Short?

by Jon Shure on December 3, 2019
How can you avoid what some experts say is the worst mistake you can make when asking for donations?
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What’s in a Name Fuels Image

by Jon Shure on October 15, 2019
Don’t be surprised if more companies and events connected with fossil fuels revisit their branding, as “climate change” takes on a second meaning beyond the weather, as in business climate...
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Better NJ Health Policy, Practices Starts With Community Conversations

by Audrey Wallendal on September 30, 2019
What do finding a good job with fair pay, having quality schools where you live, an affordable place to live, and a safe neighborhood have in common? They’re all essential pieces needed to...
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Debating the Significance of Presidential Debates

by Jon Shure on August 15, 2019
With the presidential debates already underway and the prospect of dozens more to come before the November 2020 election, pundits are tripping over each other to pronounce winners from among the...
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Into the Great Wide Open: From College to the Working World

by Julia Masse on June 20, 2019
Senior Account Coordinator Julia Masses shares what college prepared her for and what she had to learn through real-life work experiences.
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10 Things We Learned as Actors That Can Strengthen Your Communications

by Sheila Cort, John Ellis on May 22, 2019
It probably won’t surprise you, but several of us who coach here at Taft ClearPoint began our professional lives as actors. These 10 lessons we learned on stage can be used every day, no...
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10 Simple Ways to Improve Your Meetings

by Pete Taft on March 28, 2019
Running a crisp, clear meeting is the sign of a good leader. Want to improve the way you handle meetings? These tips will help.
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