You need to grow revenue and so you’ve chosen a request for proposal (RFP) you think you can win. You planned to get it done early, but other work got in the way. Now your deadline is approaching and[...]
Follow These Heist Movie Tips for a Great Business Proposal Have you ever thought about how acomprehensive proposal plan is like a complex heist in a movie? You have a singular mission (win the[...]
Everyone wants a special proposal. Oh, we mean business proposals, not marriage proposals! But submitting business proposals can feel a lot like competing on The Bachelor (or The Bachelorette)—you’re[...]
Whether your organization is desperately seeking new talent or drastically laying off workers, it’s the right time to focus your learning and development efforts on employee upskilling.
Business is down. Costs are up. Driving new business with winning proposals has moved up the priority list from “good to do when I have time” to Must. Do. Today.
Milliseconds before sending an email, you spot an error. You addressed it to the term instead of team. Your group will understand, but this small error is a hiccup for your readers and sets a tone[...]
Happy Election Day! This is an important day in the US, where each of us can strive to have a voice in advocating for ourselves and our community. One of the job perks I appreciate at[...]
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A good project schedule ensures projects are completed on time and within budget. When I create a schedule for my projects, I follow four steps that can be applied to any project at McMul—from[...]
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When crafting proposals, writers often battle strict deadlines, page limits, reused content, and multiple authors. Efficiency is critical, so many proposal writers seek out new tools and technology[...]
Requests for proposals are receiving record numbers of applications, so you need to stand out. After all, you’re confident your solution is the best fit. But sending in your shiniest marketing[...]
Have you ever shared the wrong screen during a Zoom call? You go to pull up your expertly crafted design prototype in PowerPoint, and—BOOM!—everyone is looking at your Amazon Wish List…or worse. It[...]
After five jam-packed sessions, we’ve reached the end of our course on proofreading. Lucky for you, we’re not actually in school—so there’s no test. But we’ll still take time to wrap things up.
In this second session of our proofreading lab, we’ll look at how to proofread in Google Docs. The interface both looks and functions similarly to Microsoft Word, and the same is true for its tools[...]
Today, we enter the lab portion of our course on proofreading. If you missed the main class sessions, head back to Proofreading 101 and 102 before continuing on.