Regardless of what industry or profession you are in, if you’re a leader you’re a writer.
Think about it, how many emails have you sent today? How many internal memos have you drafted? What about creating a presentation for the board, or the mission statement for your company?
Sloppy or ineffective writing in any of these instances can reflect poorly on your leadership abilities.
With the help of the tools listed here, there is no need to worry. Whether you’re giving the project to a professional or are building it from scratch by hand, I’ve gathered the best tools available to get the job done successfully:
Every strong message needs an equally strong title. Use this site to generate some titles to pick from or motivate you in the right direction to create your own.
A more sophisticated version of the spell checker found in standard word processing software.
The smallest error in spelling or grammar can completely derail your message. Have your documents edited or created by a professional at Essay Mama.
Ensure that your message can be clearly read by all recipients preventing any confusion or misunderstanding.
Don’t drown your message in too many words. Say it the Hemingway and get your message across.
A well delivered story can motivate and inspire a group of people to follow your leadership. Don’t underestimate this information. Check out tip 3 if you’re not sure you can write it on your own.
This search engine will allow you to find the latest trends on just about any topic helping you keep your topics and information up-to-date.
Find out what content gets the best performance based on the topic you’re planning to cover.
Don’t just write like a leader, design like one too, and make your writing standout.
Take a deeper look into social media trends on your topic. See what others have to say about it and maybe even scope out what the competition is up to.
A great way to show your vision in a highly approachable way.
Deepak Chopra, a widely respected Indian American author and public speaker, once said that “enlightened leadership is spiritual if we understand spirituality not as some kind of religious dogma or ideology but as the domain of awareness were we experience values like truth, goodness, beauty, love and compassion, and also intuition, creativity, insight and focused attention.”
I find it interesting that Mr. Chopra speaks about “creativity, insight, and focused attention” in his message. If you look at the 11 tools that are available to you in this article, you will see that in one way or another they fit into one of these three values that denote an enlightened leader. They raise your potential, and that gives you the ability to raise the potential of others around you.
Imagine now the power of your words. Your own mental projections displayed on a page in harmonious wonder and it’s those words, your words that land the big contract, motivate the work floor out of a slump, or drive sales through the roof. The power of these 11 tools and the confidence that made you a leader will drive your success and the success of those around you to heights you never imagined possible.
How Do You Write Like a Leader?
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