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Business writers need to find a critical voice


What kind of writing do you prefer to use, descriptive or critical? The truth is, using both will improve your skills as a writer.

As business professionals, we need the ability to describe situations and engage a reader in the “as is” view. However, in order to demonstrate your knowledge and expertise, it is essential to employ critical writing to establish a position and help your audience identify a logical direction.

By thinking through the purpose of the communication (letter, email, or memo) and your reader’s preferred style, you can understand how descriptive or how critical your writing should be.

Patricia Mills, C2 Communications

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