Like it or not and regardless of how many times one hears the incorrect usage, words like “everyone,” “everybody,” “nobody,” and “someone” are, in almost all cases, singular – in other words, all pronouns that end in “one” or “body” take a singular verb.
Let’s talk a little logic here. “One” signifies one object – therefore, singular. The word “body” is also singular. Why, then, would words like “somebody” or “everyone” be plural? READ MORE »
Where the mission explains why the organization exists and the work it does every day, the vision statement sets a long-term goal for the organization. The vision statement is a very short phrase or sentence that sets an exciting tone for planning the future of the organization. It is the organization’s shared hopes, dreams, and image of the future.
The vision statement answers: READ MORE »
We can (and should) all demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities, no matter what level of education or experience we have obtained. Here are three characteristics that the best leaders exemplify, whether in the corporate world, at school, with a professional organization or within any chosen field or ministry: READ MORE »
When developing written communicate make sure you cover the basics by organizing information in a logical, easily understood manner.
The simple “Rule of Thumb” is the following: Always, always, always make an outline before starting the rough draft. An outline will keep the information organized and prevent you from putting material where it doesn’t belong. READ MORE »
These are some of the expressions of employees who unfortunately work with or for micro-managers.
“He doesn’t trust me.”
“I just don’t do it right or good enough, so why even try?”
“I will ask exactly how to do this, because she will make me redo it if I try it on my own.”
“I better wait to ask, because the answer is always different.”
“They must think I am so stupid and can’t do anything on my own.” READ MORE »