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Tuesday, February 25 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
What is "Professional Communication" right now (And can I use emojis?) FILLING

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Language has rules, but those rules change over time as every new generation influences the way we speak, the way we write, and what we think of as "standard" or "formal". Technology keeps changing the way we do business (not so much face-to-face), what platforms we use (email, text, LinkedIn Messenger), and what professional language looks like.

In this session, we'll talk about what the standards are now, where those standards come from, and how they are changing. We'll answer challenging questions like
-how many exclamation points can you use at a time?
-can you use emojis in a professional message?
-when can you use abbreviations like lol versus lmao versus lmfao?
-who is an "american"?
-and how does "they" work?

Speakers
avatar for Jenny Morse

Jenny Morse

Founder, Appendance, Inc
Words, language, communication, writing, books, poetry, brains. My background is in creative writing--poetry, non-fiction, and I've written a YA novel. Now I train professionals in business writing at companies around the country and at CSU. My expertise is helping people learn writing... Read More →




Tuesday February 25, 2020 3:00pm - 3:50pm MST
CSU Venture Lounge at Rockwell North