Writing for leaders and managers – some things that work

Rather than try to guess what my client would say in a given situation, I write from the standpoint of “what I would say if I was in my client’s situation, if I had her status, responsibility, goals and ambitions.” Or, put another way: “I write ambitiously, with a willingness to edit comprehensively.”

Writing to Lead/Transcending Self-Censorship

The fundamental question an internal communicator faces in front of the keyboard is “can I get this approved?”. At 16:30 on a Friday afternoon, that is a legitimate question, but seeking an affirmative response invariably leads to a descent into deep self-censorship.