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Do you know that communication skills is the #1 skill employers look for in job applicants? That’s according to a 2020 article by Indeed.com titled Top 11 Skills Employers Look for in Candidates.
Knowing how to communicate well is the foundation of getting work done and recruiters would ~ naturally ~ prefer a job candidate who can express their thoughts clearly in conversation and writing. But many people struggle with this, especially written communication.
FEAR NOT! Because a nonfiction book by Asia’s Writerpreneur Jonah Chipeco will debunk common mistakes in business writing so you can learn from real-life “office bloopers” and improve your communications skills.
About the Book
Business Writing Bloopers: Common Mistakes To Avoid is a witty and thoughtful guide you can use to review the basic pointers in writing correspondences such as letters, memos, and emails.
This book covers:
- The business writing process and common pitfalls in style to avoid
- Real-life stories of professionals like you who thought they were “writing the right way” but ended up embarrassed
- Answers to frequently asked questions such as defeating writer’s block, improving job application emails, writing a decent resignation letter, and more
We captured all these so you can become confident in writing—and hopefully help you gain your supervisor’s or client’s approval!
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About the Author
Asia’s Writerpreneur Jonah Chipeco merged her passion for writing and entrepreneurship to deliver information products that clients can learn from, use, or sell.
Jonah is a Mass Communication graduate from the Lyceum of the Philippines University. Before her achievements as a resource speaker and writer, she has worked as a direct marketing practitioner for ten years in multinational companies. She eventually established her writing empire in 2017 as the CEO of the online school Writing Hacks Academy.
Since then, Jonah has delivered public seminars with credible training institutions. She became a thought leader featured by media organizations such as Inc. Southeast Asia, Marketing in Asia, Business Mirror, When In Manila, Eagle News Philippines, and DWBL 1242 AM.