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Writing Activity: Professional Tweets of Fictional Characters. Clara, Intern.

How do we communicate professionally on social media? This was the challenge presented to our summer interns, Clara and Alex.  The following post is Clara’s imagination of what would have happened if the events of the Three Little Pigs had been Tweeted by the involved parties.  223 more words

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Project Concerns...What am I doing again? by Clara & Alex, Interns

Last week, on the Thursday before the students presented, I asked our interns to discuss what about their final projects made them nervous or concerned them.  288 more words

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I could blog this by Clara D., Internship Experience

I could write a blog about many things.  I think that blogging about my life would be really cool because it would document how I change and grow as a person.   236 more words

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The Communication Issues That Prevent Effective Leadership (According To Employees)

I found a short and snappy graph today about where workplace leaders are supposedly falling short. This is from the US, is a survey of a thousand workers and I haven’t delved into its methodology at all but it might be a conversation starter. 125 more words

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Soul searching.

This whole week has been a whole lot of soul searching for me.  There were so many other things I had planned to do today, but I was in such a place of wrestling.   281 more words

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June 18, 2015 Intern Reflection -Alex L.

As an indecisive high school junior, my dream job could be almost anything. From journalism to science to acting, I could see myself doing just about anything. 166 more words

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How to deal with other people's emails...even if you can't even.

Please note: This post has been edited and reposted by the author from the Leaders After Hours Tumblr site.

There are a few simple tricks to reading an email and responding appropriately that I always try to use if I can.   576 more words

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