Report Writing Skills Training Course. How to Write a Report and Executive Summary, and Plan, Design and Present Your Report. an Easy Format for Writi Paperback – May 28 2010
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Very useful, it has given me a great number of useful tips and information. This will help me to organize and structure my work in a logical way. I will now have a structure to use when preparing future reports and I will feel much more confident in doing this. I now understand how important preparation is when writing a report. The list of eight questions is fantastic, I will always use this for my reports from now on. Very informative and useful. These techniques can be applied in my work straight away. Extremely interesting and useful - vital preparation if you need to write reports for work. Very easy to take back into the work environment.
About the Author
About the Author: Dr Margaret Greenhall Margaret was a chemistry lecturer for eight years and it was during this time that she was asked to teach the foundation study skills to the new students. This started her interest in how people learn and how the learning environment can help them learn better. She also was involved in educating adults through the access to science course and a special project for the millennium where she helped people discover an interest in science by wading in a river and catching plastic ducks. She moved to staff development and again learned more about how people share information with each other. She then moved to an administrative role at the University of Manchester and was suddenly confronted with tasks that she'd never done before. One of these was to write reports that went to the highest level of the university, the vice chancellors. This was scary, people assumed that coming from a highly professional background that she would know what to do. This got her investigating how to write reports and she realized that this connected with many of the skills she'd worked on with her students about taking in and sharing information. In 2003 Margaret left the university to start a training business, specializing in helping people to understand and share information easily and efficiently. This includes topics such as speed reading, improve your memory, creative problem solving and report writing. This book on report writing combines and shares the unique style of creative planning and sharing information. Margaret can be contacted at www.inspirachange.co.uk, email@example.com