Do you write on the job? You can always do it better. Written communication is an essential career skill, so make the most of it.
The most comprehensive source of advice? The book The Workplace Writer’s Process. Reviewers say:
This book is an excellent resource for anyone who writes at work, especially those of us with multiple projects, audiences, and reviewers. I so appreciate the practical advice, especially on planning and scoping writing projects, and the checklists are invaluable.”
Other Resources You Might Find Helpful
Learn how to projects through approvals quickly with advice in the free online course Mastering the Review and Approval Process.
Up your revision game with the online course: Revising Your Writing: Team Edition
Listen to my stint on the How To Be Awesome At Your Job podcast.
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