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How to Avoid Destroying Your Reputation in Your Community

Posted by Kathy Broughton on Thursday, March 27, 2014 @ 08:09 AM

Have you ever read something where you were so distracted by the grammatical errors and misspellings that you lost track of the message? As a result, what was your impression of the author or company?

Whether you are a business owner, an employee, or a public servant, you have worked very hard to build and maintain a solid reputation. Unfortunately, oftentimes less effort is put into written communications, which results in unintentional and embarrassing errors, causing the reader to wonder if you also lack attention to detail in your work product. The effect could lead to a damaged reputation.

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Tags: community reputation, grammatical errors, proofreading

Social Media: Connecting with Your Community

Posted by Kathy Broughton on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 @ 08:30 AM

You may think Twitter and Facebook are only meant to be used by teenagers or adults to socialize and keep up-to-date on the latest happenings with friends and family members. But, did you know that Facebook and Twitter are great communication tools for your community? We met with Brownsburg’s Town Manager, Grant Kleinhenz, to discuss his use of social media, the benefits to town residents, and the time commitment involved with using social media.
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Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Social Media

5 Ways to Build Your Community Connection

Posted by Kathy Broughton on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 @ 09:15 AM

So why is an engineering firm writing a blog about volunteering? Because communities are at the heart of what civil engineers do: they focus on maintaining and improving existing infrastructure while also planning, designing, constructing, and operating new facilities to protect public health and safety. Because of a civil engineer’s connection to most areas within a community, we have a vested interest in the places where we work and live.

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Tags: volunteer, community, volunteer connection

How Will Your Independence Day SPARKLE?

Posted by Kathy Broughton on Tuesday, July 02, 2013 @ 07:00 AM

When I think of the Fourth of July, I think of warm weather, sparklers, an abundance of food, a great country, and family. Here at Wessler, we view our co-workers as an extension of our family. It is not unusual to find us playing paintball, splashing paint on one of our communities’ shelters, or enjoying an Indians game. So, as my immediate family makes big plans for the holiday, my thoughts immediately beg the question, “How are the Wessler families and others celebrating this day?”

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Tags: July 4th, Indiana Fireworks


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