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Make an Impact with Your Written English

How to Use Word Power to Impress in Presentations, Reports, PR and Meetings

Make an Impact with your Written English is an invaluable guide that focuses on writing English for international business for sales, PR, presentations, reports, minutes, manuals and the web etc.
    Paperback£7.99
    Ebook£6.66
    Print and ebook bundle£10.00
EAN: 9780749455194
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 210x140
152 pages
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About the book

Make an Impact with your Written English deals with the English business writing you need to take you a step further in your executive career. The book also helps organizations stand apart by getting noticed for the right reasons, whatever the target audience.

It focuses on writing English as a key business tool and how clear, concise messages are a must in international business today. Yet the fewer words you use, the more important it is to get them right. So the book focuses on word power: to promote and sell your messages - as well as 'brand you' and your organizational brand.

An essential read, full of invaluable advice and checklists for native and non-native English writers who need to brush up their skills in writing English for sales, PR, presentations, reports, minutes, manuals and the web etc.

About the authors

Fiona Talbot

Fiona Talbot is an internationally acclaimed business writing author and founder of the #wordpowerskills 4-step business writing system. She works in the UK and internationally, training and advising on how to deliver premier written corporate communication for both native and non-native English speakers in today's digital, global economy. Her books are workplace self-development guides and recommended reading in business schools and universities worldwide, as well as by large scale employers (such as The Federal Aviation Administration in the U.S.), medium-sized enterprises and start-ups. She has featured in major publications such as The Sunday Times, The Irish Times, The Press Association, Accounting Technician and Personnel Management, to name just a few.

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