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We have free resources to give you quick communication fixes.
These resources are designed for those of you who like to improve your communication moxie in small, focused bursts.
Topics encompass all four areas of the MoxieWorks Series.
Resources currently available are listed following the descriptions below.
Power Source Videos
One-minute sips of audio-visual elixir to help alleviate minor communication aches and pains. A great way to absorb some quick communication tips.
Power Source Videos
Get to know that troublesome pronoun, “myself.” This one-minute Power Source Video introduces “myself” and when it should be used.
Tone of Voice
This one-minute Power Source Video shows how to improve your tone of voice to maximize your communication power.
This one-minute Power Source Video shows three tips for making your writing lean and fit.
The Extended Subject Line Presentation
This five-minute Power Source Video covers expanded details and examples for creating great subject lines.
How Microlearning is Beneficial
This one-minute video discusses the benefits of microlearning to update your training. Microlearning involves short bursts to communicate information; it is quick, engaging, and easy—and it works!
Find out how to create an effective bullet list. This one-minute Power Source Video shows how to set up a parallel list of bullet points.
Tone of Voice (extended version)
This extended version of the Tone of Voice Power Source Video shows seven ways one sentence can be interpreted.
Power Up Your Subject Lines!
This one-minute Power Source Video shows how to write great and powerful subject lines!
How to Organize Your Workplace Writing
This two-minute video explains how organizing your written communication will save you time, attain better results, and make writing easier. It describes the importance of using the direct and indirect patterns of organization, completing outlines, and inserting headings.
Learn strategies for avoiding fillers. This one-minute Power Source Video shows how not to use fillers such as “uh,” “um,” or “like” when speaking.
4 Ways to Get a Positive Tone in Your Writing
This one-minute Power Source Video shows how to put positive tone in written communication.
How to Listen Actively
This one-minute Power Source Video covers the basics of active listening.
How to Use a Serial Comma
This two-minute video stresses the importance of the serial, or Oxford, comma to aid the clarity of your written message. Examples are given to show why inserting the serial comma avoids confusion.
Make good, informed decisions about document design. This brief is a quick look at effective design strategies that are more than just decorating.
Increase the understanding and acceptance of your messages. Download this brief for modest coverage of the bare essentials of professional writing.
Paying attention to your readers’ needs is crucial to your success as a writer. Download this brief for modest coverage of the bare essentials on reader awareness.
Legal and Ethical Considerations
Guard your words as well as your actions. Download this brief for modest coverage of the bare essentials for legal obligations and ethical guidelines.