The Business Writing Course
This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of business writing and for those who wants to advance their career by improving their writing.
About This CourseBeginner
If you can’t write clearly, you won’t get hired. And if can’t write clearly, you won’t last long enough in a position to be considered for promotion. If you want to get ahead in your career, you must learn to write well. Your success in business depends on your ability to communicate.
The Business Writing Course is divided into four modules:
- Module one is an introduction to the world of business writing
- Module two teaches you the first step in business writing—how to organize your thoughts
- Module three teaches you the second step in business writing—writing your first draft
- Module four teaches you the third and final step in business writing—editing your first draft
The ideal student for The Business Writing Course is anyone who wants to advance their career by improving their writing. If you want to get hired, or if you want to get promoted, and if poor writing is holding you back, then this course is for you.
I pass on to you all that I’ve learned about effective business writing during my last three decades as a writer, editor and proofreader. I show you the most common mistakes that business people make in their writing today—and then I show you how to avoid these blunders in your writing.
It’s delivered as a series of on-demand video lessons. Each lesson includes a downloadable transcript, helpful for reading on the train or in your spare time.
Study from anywhere in the world that has an internet connection. Watch the lessons, complete the exercises and download the resources from anywhere.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned business writing.
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Section 1 - Introduction
Lesson 1: Avoid The Bureaucratic Style
Lesson 2: Six Qualities Of Good Business Writing
Lesson 3: Adopt The “You-Centered” Business Style
Lesson 4: Watch Your Tone
Lesson 5: Four Types Of Sentences
Section 2 - Organize Your Thoughts
Lesson 1: How To Plan A Writing Project
Lesson 2: Start With Your Reader
Lesson 3: Know Your Goal
Lesson 4: Write Your Outline
Lesson 5: Structure Your Message
Lesson 6: Choose The Right Style
Lesson 7: Consider Your Tone And Persona
Section 3 - Write Your Draft
Lesson 1: Get To The Point
Lesson 2: Write Simple Sentences
Lesson 3: Write With Paragraphs
Lesson 4: Use Simple Words
Lesson 5: Use Strong Verbs
Lesson 6: Keep Related Words Together
Lesson 7: Be Specific Rather Than General
Lesson 8: Be Concrete Rather Than Abstract
Lesson 9: Be Definite Rather Than Ambiguous
Lesson 10: Use The Active Voice
Section 4 - Edit Your Draft
Lesson 1: Omit Needless Words
Lesson 2: Use Parallel Structure
Lesson 3: Avoid Common Grammatical Mistakes
Lesson 4: Avoid Common Mistakes When Crafting Sentences
Lesson 5: Avoid Mistakes With Commas And Apostrophes
Lesson 6: Six categories of words to eliminate
Lesson 7: Editing Checklist
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