Annie Einan

Minneapolis, Minnesota, US • 4:17 PM Local Time

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Annie Einan

Category Educational
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description 10 Modules of Employee based E-Learning, 30,000 words +, voiced Summer / Fall 2019
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
welcome to put it in writing. Sharing information in the form of a report is an integral part of most workers daily responsibilities. Without the right information or the right delivery, a report can do more to hinder communication than support it. Effective preparation and presentation are key to reporting. Taking the time to plan to identify your purpose. Your reader and your key points offers numerous benefits both to you and your organization. Quality reports helped to add focus and context to decision making. Manage expectations about current and future projects in still accountability, encourage best practices and shared learning and solve problems objectively. Reports come in all shapes and sizes, but effective reports have these characteristics in common. They convey a specific idea. They aren't just a bunch of facts and figures or even a detailed analysis. Effective reports connect an idea to the reader. They provide context for the information that makes it relevant to the recipient they are written with the readers needs in mind. Effective reports contain Onley the information your audience needs in order to act. They're well organized and easy to read. They are visually appealing, separated in sections and follow a logical structure. They are accurate. The information is fact based, not opinionated, grammatically correct and free of typos. They clearly state the action the reader is to take. The reader is not left to assume what they're to do with the information. Instead, the next steps are clearly spelled out. Note. This may simply mean taking the information into consideration. Most reports serve one of three purposes to inform, to problem solve or to persuade.