Learn how to communicate information in a succinct, clear, convincing, and organized manner. Review the fundamentals of correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Discover how to produce written information that is appropriate for the intended audience.
Learn how to write anything with maximum impact. Get tips for making your writing concise, clear, and right for its specific purpose.
1h 1m • COURSE
Writing with Flair: How to Become an Exceptional Writer with Shani Raja
Learn practical tips to improve your writing. Explore the mindset of an elite writer and learn what top wordsmiths do to keep their writing purposeful, concise, and a joy to read.
5h 8m • COURSE
Writing in Plain Language with Leslie O'Flahavan
Learn to write in plain language and help your readers understand and act on your documents and content.
42m 5s • COURSE
Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing with Mignon Fogarty
Get quick tips to make your writing clearer and more professional from Mignon Fogarty, better known as Grammar Girl.
41m 54s • COURSE
Tips for Better Business Writing with Natasha Terk
Become a better business writer. Learn how to improve the quality and impact of your writing with these short, actionable tips.
28m 1s • COURSE
Tips for Writing Business Emails with Daisy Lovelace
Learn how to make your email communication more effective and create a positive impression when communicating online.
34m 5s • COURSE
Writing to Be Heard on LinkedIn with Daniel Roth
Get practical advice on how to write great posts and create conversations around your ideas on LinkedIn.
28m 7s • COURSE
Writing Articles with Starshine Roshell
Find out how to write articles for blogs, newsletters, and major publications. Learn all the steps, from pitching your story to promoting your article online.
29m 27s • COURSE
You'll learn writing and editing skills with these experts.
Tom Geller has worked in communications for over 20 years, focusing mainly on business and technology.
Tom's roles have included time as a writer, editor, journalist, videographer, presenter, educator, web designer, layout artist, and public relations executive. Since 2006, he's freelanced for publications and private clients including the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Apple, Nature.com, and the San Francisco Chronicle. A frequent traveler, he moved from his native US to the Netherlands in 2016. Connect with him at http://tomgeller.com.
Shani Raja is a deeply experienced editor and writing trainer.
As an editor and journalist, Shani has worked with some of the world's biggest news organizations, including the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, the Financial Times, and Bloomberg News. He's also edited work for Microsoft, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and other global companies. Currently, he teaches top journalists and professionals how to improve their writing.
Leslie specializes in helping organizations improve the quality of customer service responses. She helps employees improve the quality of the email, chat, and social media messages they send to customers. Leslie develops and teaches hands-on, practical, high-energy writing courses that help people do their jobs: write useful, readable web content; publish e-newsletters; repurpose content for multichannel publishing; and write plain language documents readers can use.
Mignon Fogarty is the creator of Grammar Girl and the founder of Quick and Dirty Tips.
Mignon is a writer, entrepreneur, and former journalism professor who hosts the award-winning Grammar Girl podcast. She holds a BA in English from the University of Washington in Seattle and an MS in biology from Stanford University. The Grammar Girl website is often included in Writer's Digest's list of the 101 best websites for writers, and Mignon has written numerous books including the New York Times bestselling Grammar Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing and The Grammar Devotional. She appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show and the TODAY show and has been featured in the New York Times, Business Week, the Washington Post, USA Today, and more.
Natasha Terk is the managing director of Adcom Designs communication consulting and Write It Well training.
She improves communication skills and team dynamics by focusing on each client's business, brand, and competition. She manages the development of new systems, processes, and guidelines. Natasha has developed and delivered hundreds of workshops and webinars, written ten books in the Write It Well series on business communication, and engaged in strategic communication consulting assignments with clients around the world, including Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, McDonald's, the City of Palo Alto, and Visa.
Daisy Lovelace, PhD, teaches communication and leadership courses.
Her professional interests include management communication, interpersonal communication and conflict resolution, inclusive excellence, leadership, crisis communication, strategic planning, persuasion, and influence.
Lovelace is also a corporate consultant and executive coach. She earned her doctorate from the University of Virginia. She has taught courses at Duke University, the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington, the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Princeton University, the University of Virginia, and Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, South Korea.
Daniel Roth is the executive editor of LinkedIn, based in New York.
He oversees the global editorial team that creates, curates, and cultivates breaking news and views across LinkedIn. That includes everything from the news on Pulse, LinkedIn's social professional news product, to the LinkedIn Influencer program, where 500+ of the world's top business leaders (from Apple's Angela Ahrendts to Marsh's Peter Zaffino) talk to the professional world. Previously, Daniel was the managing editor of Fortune's digital offerings, and a senior writer at Wired, Portfolio, and Fortune. The never-understated Business Insider called Daniel the "most powerful business journalist on the Internet." Daniel is originally from Kentucky and lives in Brooklyn with his wife and three sons.
Starshine Roshell is a passionate storyteller: an award-winning journalist, writing coach, and messaging pro.
She has written for eBay, the University of Southern California, and Lynda.com, as well as the Hollywood Reporter, the New York Post, and The Week. Years as a news reporter, rock music critic, syndicated columnist, travel writer, and journalism professor helped her hone a love of clear, concise, compelling communication—and a talent for teaching others how to do it.