Improve Your Writing for Workby Elizabeth L. Chesla
No one is born
No matter how much you dislike writing, you probably can't survive in your job or get ahead without it. Filling out applications and forms...making a request...submitting a work report....It makes no difference how seldom you have to do it, or how brief the writing is; whether you do it badly or well will leave a lasting impression.
No one is born with the ability to write clearly and efficiently. It is a skill you can learn far more quickly and effectively than you may ever have dreamed possible in the pages of Improve Your Writing For Work.
Do You Know...
The 7 basic ways to organize your ideas? (See chapter 15)
How to strike the proper tone when writing to your boss? A client? A co-worker? (See chapter7)
The one word you should avoid in a letter of criticism or complaint? (See chapter 8)
How to make sure you get what you're asking for? (See chapter 11)
What 4 things will get you labeled a "bad writer"? (See chapter 17)
Only Improve Your Writing For Work from LearningExpress...
Specifically teaches workplace writing and how it differs from other kinds of writing
Addresses everyone's writing needs in the workplace, not just managers and executives
Deals with the real problems that people face when writing like coming up with enough to say
Provides sample practice exercises with answers & explanations
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