The most critical writing decisions happen before writing begins. Knowing the purpose, analyzing the reader, and focusing points will determine whether or not your message generates the results you desire. You will also discover three essential elements of a well-structured document that enable readers to understand and accept your message.
Effectively structuring messages is as important as writing them well. Learn the purposes of business documents, discover the two secrets to target readers, and gain techniques for honing a point before writing begins.
Identify the purpose of a sample document and of an upcoming document.
Identify the point of a sample document and of an upcoming document.
Identify the hot buttons and inner questions of your reader.
Name three principles of effective organization.
Planning writing projects
Staff, managers and partners.
Think of an important document you need to write soon. Be prepared to plan it.