Workplace Communication Tip #87

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

Password Fatigue Episode 2 – Still Fatigued

And then there’s this kind of tech-insanity: “Please enter your password:” ME: ChemistryRules “Sorry, that doesn’t match our records.” ME: Pretty sure it’s ChemistryRules “Sorry, that doesn’t match our records.” ME: I just entered this earlier today. It’s definitely (types slower) ChemistryRules “Sorry, that doesn’t match our records.” ME: "What is happening!" (Types one letter … Continue reading Password Fatigue Episode 2 – Still Fatigued