Your Colleagues Don’t Read Anything You Write. Here's How to Change That. • Discoverology

Your Colleagues Don’t Read Anything You Write. Here’s How to Change That.

Long emails and dense, difficult to decipher memos mean modern office communication goes ignored more often than it’s understood. Beneath these brutal realities, getting busy co-workers and bosses to take action means changing eight things about the way we communicate.

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