There are three main elements to
written communication
structure (the way the content is
laid out)
style (the way it is wr...
Structuring
Clarify your thoughts and the
purpose of your communication
before you start writing. In
business communicatio...
Decide on a logical order for what you
have to say
Compose a strong introduction and
ending. The first will make an
immedi...
Use short paragraphs and
sentences
Help key points to stand out by
the use of headings, sub-headings
and bullet points.
Writing in a style appropriate to the
audience

How much information and detail will
they need?
Should you use specialist ...
Written methods of workplace
communication include:
Letters
Reports
Manuals
Minutes
E-mails
Memoranda
Circulars
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Wriitten communication Business Communication

  1. 1. There are three main elements to written communication structure (the way the content is laid out) style (the way it is written) content (what you are writing about
  2. 2. Structuring Clarify your thoughts and the purpose of your communication before you start writing. In business communications, clarity is more important than style. Identify the key points, facts and themes
  3. 3. Decide on a logical order for what you have to say Compose a strong introduction and ending. The first will make an immediate and positive impression on the reader; the second will remain in their mind after they have finished reading
  4. 4. Use short paragraphs and sentences Help key points to stand out by the use of headings, sub-headings and bullet points.
  5. 5. Writing in a style appropriate to the audience How much information and detail will they need? Should you use specialist terms or should you “translate” these to make yourself understood by a generalist reader? How formal or informal should your writing be
  6. 6. Written methods of workplace communication include: Letters Reports Manuals Minutes E-mails Memoranda Circulars
  7. 7. Download Letter Formats http://www.2shared.com/file/Nvfvw4We/Write_an_inquiry_to_ask_for_mo.ht ml http://www.2shared.com/file/VXJv9dH-/Wriiten_communiaction.html
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