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Bill Delaney is a Senior Vice President at Ketchum specializing in communications training, media strategy and writing. He spent more than 25 years as a reporter in network television, print and radio, working worldwide. For the past several years, he has counseled executives at dozens of the world’s top global companies.

Talking Isn’t Writing (Part Two)

by Bill Delaney| July 20, 2012

Part two of a two part series.  Read Talking Isn’t Writing Part One here. Talking isn’t writing. That may seem obvious enough, as I said in Part One of this post. But mixing up the two is perhaps the single most common mistake business communicators make. Speakers too often don’t really speak to their audiences. […]

Talking Isn’t Writing (Part One)

by Bill Delaney| July 11, 2012

Talking isn’t writing. Obviously. One comes out of your mouth, the other flows (assuming you’re on your game as a writer) from your fingers. Even the regions of the brain that control talking and writing differ. We read with the visual cortex, which is toward the back of that two and a half pounds of […]