Have you ever hit send on an email only to notice a glaring typo?
Has anyone ever embarrassingly replied to one of your emails to say that they didn’t understand what you were trying to say?
Have you ever received a business email that didn’t make sense to you because of typos or poorly phrased sentences?
Professional communications are incredibly important in an internet-run world. Business people are expected to see and respond to messages quickly and efficiently, but that can leave way too much room for errors. In a world where we often respond quickly with text messages to our friends and family, it is possible to take that casually conversational style into the business realm where it just isn’t quite as welcome.
Giving your employees the tools they need to succeed
If you own or manage a brand, it’s in your best interest to ensure that your team is communicating effectively with each other and especially with your clients. It’s incredibly important to your business’s success that your employees are representing your business in a professional manner.
The truth is though, many business professionals are great at what they do, but that doesn’t mean they are great at writing! Even if your employees are never going to be “professional writers” in the traditional sense, writing coaching can help them to become more confident as writers so that they can communicate with clients, vendors, and team members with clarity and ease.
Corporate writing coaching for businesses
I love helping business professionals succeed, and one of the ways I can offer assistance is through corporate writing coaching. How does this work? As a brand owner or manager, you can offer your employees an opportunity for writing education, including group or one-on-one training, depending on the number of employees interested in the program and level of training that each individual needs.
Contact me directly at CrystalLynn23@gmail.com to learn more about what writing coaching entails, see an outline of a course syllabus, and get a quote for your brand.
Good writing and clear communication can be the difference between business failure and business success! Help ensure that your business and employees are set to succeed.