Business Communication Tool of the Day

13 August 2010 at 5:21 pm 3 comments

| Peter Klein |

It’s UnsuckIt, an online tool that translates business jargon into regular English. The graphic is a little crude for my taste, by the spirit is admirable. You can browse a list of popular terms, and there’s a handy button to share a term’s translation with a colleague or, as the site puts it, “e-mail the douchebag who used it.” (Via BoingBoing.)

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  • 2. Liz  |  17 August 2010 at 9:53 am

    I just abhor the word “sucks.” I just do — I think it’s lazy speaking. I drive my kids crazy about this, too… On the other hand, I like the concept! Let’s face it, if we can’t get our point across and communicate effectively we are nowhere. A book comes out next month on this very topic: “27 Powers of Persuasion” by Chris St. Hilaire. Learn how the major leaguers in politics, media and the legal world to it. They’re the professionals when it comes to the craft of persuasion and their tips are in here.

  • 3. Jeff  |  20 August 2010 at 12:04 am

    I also got an advance copy of 27 Powers of Persuasion. I learned a lot about how to persuade and little about myself as well. Postive language and outlook are key.

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