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Best Careers 2009: Mediator

Best Careers 2009: Mediator
Around the Water Cooler With C-Span's CEOs Co-CEOs Susan Swain and Rob Kennedy share tips for expanding your audience and staying relevant. Around the Water Cooler With Whole Foods' CEO Walter Robb shoves the corporate ladder under the table, just like his Brussels sprouts. Around the Water Cooler With a General Motors Vice President Diana Tremblay shares tips for taking the driver’s seat in your company and career. Around the Water Cooler With Panera's CEO Ron Shaich’s philosophy: A successful business gives as much as it takes. Around the Water Cooler With CVS Caremark's Helena Foulkes Confused about the new health care law? Around the Water Cooler With Huntington's CEO Steve Steinour’s advice for riding through economic storms.

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Technical writers of the world unite – #twotwu « ffeathers — a technical writer’s blog “If technical communicators ruled the world, I would take on…” A few weeks ago, I was given that sentence fragment and told to speak on the topic for five minutes. My audience was the group of technical communicators at TCANZ 2010. What would you have said?

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