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Business Suffers When Employees Don’t Write Well

Your employees’ ability to write clearly and convey complex information logically is a huge competitive advantage.

Yet, for many organizations, senior leaders receive muddled information. Email to customers is not professional. Employees spend too much time writing each document. Errors are present. Key information is not moving cross-functionally. 

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Real business writing improvement occurs by addressing the substance of documents first. We teach the most efficient process to organize thoughts and information into a coherent structure that meets reader needs. We then teach clients how to polish language for clear, correct, and engaging communications – all with flexible and creative training logistics.

As one of our clients said, “You don’t teach rainbows and unicorns. You transform complexity into clearly understood writing."

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“As soon as you put one foot on the corporate ladder, your success depends on one thing: Your ability to communicate and write effectively.”

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From the Business Writing Info Blog

When To Use Time Sensitive Salutations [Etiquette Mistakes]

Two participants in our Effective Business Writing course recently questioned why using “Good Evening” was not best practice for an email salutation. We always want to engage our reader, and shape any document, including email, from our reader’s perspective, not our perspective. With...

Is A Name Suffix Included in a Salutation?

Reader Question about Name Suffixes: What would be the proper business email or business letter salutation for someone with a II, Jr., Sr., etc. following their last name? (i.e. John Adams, II or John Adams, Jr.) Answer A salutation does not include a suffix, even if you are using a last name and...

Me, Myself, and I - Business Grammar Rules Explained

Me, Myself, and I is one of the most common business grammar errors we see in business writing training sessions. What is the Difference between Me, Myself, and I? I recently found this illustrative error reading one of my favorite blogs (unnamed now, since I don't want to link the error to this...