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Report Writing

Checking your copy one more time

It is still surprising how careless people are with their finished written work.  If we present neat high-quality and well written documents, letters, reports and proposals, we want to send a message to the reader that our organisation has a high self-image and cares about delivering a quality customer service. A commissioning editor of a national newspaper told me she was continually surprised...
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Business Documentation – Make every word count

My latest group of students on the CIPD Learning and Development programme are writing their first assignments for me.  This particular one is to be presented as a reflective statement.  However for many of the students this assignment is written as if it were a report and their writers seem unable to separate 'you should' from 'I did'.  And yet being able to reflect back on your written work is a...
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Writing your first report? You are not on your own

Being able to write a report is vital in business today. Reports can draw together a number of different threads, presenting them in a cogent way, so that managers can make decisions and move forward. In a way they are a bit like essays – they have an introduction, analysis, conclusion, and often recommendations as well. Commisioned reports are often read by more people than you might expect an...
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