The Three C’s of Effective Business Writing

Remember: All business writing should be Clear, Concise, and Correct. Good writers use plain language to express clear meaning. They write in a simple style that uses everyday words.

They do not use showy words and ambiguous expressions in an  effort to dazzle or confuse readers. They write to express ideas, not to impress others.

Inappropriate: “Personnel assigned vehicular space in the adjacent areas are here by advised that utilization will be suspended temporarily Friday morning.”

Appropriate: “Please don’t park next door on Friday morning.”

Clear messages contain words that are familiar and meaningful to the reader.

Use short, common, simple words  to say what you mean effectively… … ...Today