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The Only Five Ways to Organize Your Writing

The Only Five Ways to Organize Your Writing

You might be scratching your head as you try to arrange your topics before starting to write, but you only have five ways to organize information. Many business communications professionals don't invest much time, if any, in organizing. They assume that as long as all...

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The First Draft is Just That: a Draft

The First Draft is Just That: a Draft

Instead of straining to write the first version of a communication, just relax and write; that's what a draft is for. If you ever moved into a house or an apartment, you know that your initial concern is simply getting the boxes and furniture into the new home; you...

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Use Judgment when Texting to Candidates

Use Judgment when Texting to Candidates

Using text messaging as a communication tool in hiring might be practical, but remember that writing leaves an impression. A recent story in the Wall Street Journal said some companies are turning to texting to communicate with prospects, because it is more convenient...

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By Ken O’Quinn

Focus on Them Focus on Them

As a contributing author in this book on leadership, Ken offers insights and tips for managing difficult conversations, providing effective feedback, and being authentic. Order here.


Perfect Phrases for Business Letters (McGraw-Hill) Perfect Phrases for Business Letters

Provides the right words and phrases for any situation - quickly. The book was reprinted in Japanese because of high-volume sales there.


TD at Work — Business Writing for Managers

The Association for Talent Development invited Ken to write this 22-page booklet for the TD at Work series.

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Ken O’Quinn is the best writing coach I have ever worked with.
Karen BartuchGlobal Operations LeaderPricewaterhouseCoopers

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