Organizing and writing reports for business can take up a lot of valuable time and money. Yet, they are a necessary evil used to explain and or justify expenses, events, accidents, propose policy changes, and document numerous other activities within a company.
Reports can point out problems and offer solutions. They can be used to explain costs or to receive an increase in budget. In addition, when written as a proposal, they can generate new projects and income for a company by bringing in business from another.
That said, not everyone is a writer or even likes to write. Being left with the task of creating a report can seem like a punishment akin to torture. Staring at a blank screen or a blank piece of paper with no idea of how to start or –once you do start — figuring out what needs to be included can be a nightmare all of its own.
This course was designed for business professionals who are tasked with writing reports and proposals. The goal of this course is to take the difficulty out of writing these reports and then teach how to write them efficiently and effectively.