ProWritingAid Presents: Ask a Writing Prof: How to Boost your Business, Studies, or Career in a Practical Way with Exceptional Writing
On the third Wednesday of every month, the ProWritingAid community is invited to join Andrew (A.J.) Ogilvie, PhD, Professor of Business Communication for an in-depth training and Q&A.
A.J. Ogilvie, PhD
A.J. Ogilvie, PhD, is a professor of business communication at the University of Southern California. He has taught business communication, consulting, and writing courses for over ten years, and has published research on the theories of teaching, learning and communication.
A.J. has spent ten years designing and teaching undergraduate and MBA-level writing and communication courses. His primary research interests are writing development, knowledge transfer, and communication curriculum in higher education. He looks at how exceptional writing can boost your business, studies, or career in a practical way. How can a remarkable cover letter guarantee a job interview? How can written clarity win you more business, delight your customers, and build your reputation?
Each session will focus on a specific topic. A.J. will provide actionable training to help build your skills, and he'll invite you to ask questions too.
Watch replays of our Monthly Business Writing Trainings now!
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Effective Leadership and Communication: Why Leaders Must Harness the Power of Language
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How to Write an Executive Summary that will Pique Your Potential Reader's Interest
How to Write a Persuasive White Paper that will Establish You as an Expert
How to Write an Engaging Cold Business Email.
5 Simple Principles for Creating Clarity
How to Write a Winning Executive Summary
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