This course is designed to improve the writing competence of the business student for management level communications. It will utilize rhetorical principles and strategies to help students shape their business writing and oral presentations ethically, for multiple audiences, in a variety of professional situations. There is an emphasis on applying these rhetorical tools to on-the-job communications and to the development and editing of documents appropriate to business. Students will examine major forms of business and industrial writing, including correspondence, memoranda, and reports, such as executive briefs and annual reports.

In the following white papers, Goodwin College business students share their strategies for acadmic, professional, and personal success.

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White Papers from 2015

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Skills for Dealing With Hard-to-Please Customers, Tara Benatti

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How to Beat Burnout and Revitalize your Career, Laura Berdebes

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Credit Repair Tips, Madelyne Colon

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Skills for being a successful employee, job candidate & supervisor, Kenny Cornelio

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Live to be 100: 8 Tips to increasing your longevity!, Sharon Daddona

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Being Successful without Losing Yourself, Alessandra Di Virgilio

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5 Tips for Building a Successful Career, Natasha Galinat

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4 Tips to Harness Your Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace, Eric Harris

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3 Tips For A Winning Telephone Interview, Ellen Pelletier

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Strategies to Becoming a Leader, Debbie Plourde

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Interviewing Techniques: 4 Tips for Success, Mercedes Quinonez

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5 Tips to Balance Life and Work, Shital Shah

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Six Steps to Becoming a Better Student., Doyahn Stewart-Risby

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The Greater Gift of Leadership, Edward M. Surpris

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4 Principles Managers Obey: The common duties of a manager are planning, organization, leading, and controlling, Anthony Uccello

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5 Tips for Managing your Demanding Lifestyle, Britney Whitworth

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Four great ways to enhance your performance as a student, Renzo Yllescas