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I was lucky enough to have Narelle as a coach for my business writing skills. Her coaching program is modern and dynamic, which suited me perfectly. I particularly enjoyed the way she teaches principles and the psychological reasons that support the principles. This really captured my interest.
The project has been extraordinarily valuable to our business and we have decided to undertake it on a yearly basis with you.
I strongly believe that this coaching should be part of every organisation’s training, especially for middle and senior management teams.
Thank you for your fabulous coaching, and for going well above and beyond my expectations with the writing and coaching guides. The changes in people’s writing are obvious.
I started to enjoy writing, even on late Saturday afternoons. That’s amazing.
Writing coaching with Narelle was fantastic. I got so much out of it! Narelle is an excellent communicator. The tips she shared during the coaching period have had a valuable impact on my writing. I am more aware of the reader and of writing with intent.
Narelle’s coaching sessions have given our entire team the practical tools to improve the clarity and impact of our written communication. The tips and examples used really resonated with our groups of consulting professionals.
Well worthwhile; very good ideas coming from sessions which are being translated into our organisation.
Why choose Business Writing Coach
- Deep experience in business writing and employee communications
- Coaching method that gives you access to the real levers of language
- Document-first approach
- Curriculum packed with stories, examples and insights
- Great reference documentation
- One-on-one support between coaching sessions.
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