Soft Skills- Business Writing
Soft Skills- Business Writing
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Do you want to grow in your profession?
Do you want to be perceived as a professional?
Do you want to work on projects that matter?
Do you want to develop your own business?


Writing ability are some of the most important skills needed in every profession. Nearly everybody in all fields writes emails, contracts, proposals and other forms of communication to fellow workers manager’s customers etc. People who are good writers appear to be more capable, intelligent, responsible, and credible unlike people in the same office that send emails full of typos, poorly constructed sentences and grammatical errors. If you want to move to the next level in your career or you want to promote your own business, LEARN TO COMMUNICATE IN WRITTEN FORMAT. 

This is the third step of developing your business writing skills series. This course addresses ways to identify your readers and to create messages that convey the appropriate tone for different reader roles. It also outlines how to write effectively for the three most common reasons for writing a business document to inform respond, or persuade. This course describes ways to make your writing more clear. You will also learn the importance of editing and proofreading your business documents.
Know Your Readers and Your Purpose
  • Identify key characteristics to consider when analyzing the targeted readers of a business document
  • Identify attributes to consider when defining your relationship to the reader
  • Determine the appropriate written message to use for a given situation
How to Write Clearly and Concisely
  • Recognize sentences that reflect the techniques of clear writing
  • Recognize how to apply the techniques of concise writing to a given sample of business writing
  • Identify ways to organize content to increase reader understanding
Editing and Proofreading
  • Distinguish between editing and proofreading
  • Identify general techniques that help you edit and proofread effectively
  • Recognize the types of errors made in a given business document