Written communications are a necessary part of a manager’s daily work. Whether responding to emails, composing performance reviews for team members, editing an industry report, or crafting a letter to a client, you probably spend a lot of time on writing. For some people, this work comes naturally, but for others, it can be a chore. Becoming a strong writer takes time and practice. But the benefits are worth the effort. As you improve, you’ll be able to structure and “sell” your ideas more easily and your messages will be better received. Let’s look at some fundamental guidelines you can use to make your writing more powerful and effective.
0.25 hours, Continuing Education Units (CEU) from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)