Not Sure If It’s One Word or Two?

by Barbara McNichol Editor of Word Trippers When you are proofreading your writing or a colleague’s work, chances are you question if a phrase should be two words versus one. For example, should you write “backyard” or “back yard”? Because no one rule covers this, it’s essential to look these up: Examples rooflines (not roof lines)…

Leading Up: Getting Your Idea Through

by Chip Lutz, CSP Leading Up When you’ve put your heart and soul into an initiative, you can’t help but feel some personal gratification when it comes to fruition (even if you don’t get the credit). Not getting credit!? What’s that about? When something is for the good of the team and/or the organization, it…