Misunderstandings and shortcuts in the workplace can create a hostile and stressful environment.
By Steven E. Sacks
The NEW Fundamentals
With more people using mobile devices for communication shortcuts, are we facing troublesome challenges in speaking in a recognizable language in the U.S.?
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While it may be convenient for some, for others it leaves them scratching their heads. I am not seeking to be a public scold. However, if you want your communication to be effective, then understand your audience, situation, and topic.