How to write a kick a** anything.

Target Audience:

Technical folks who want to be more persuasive and articulate. To get this most value from this content, you’ll need to be able to read and write fluently in English.


Want to sway people on a project? Set hard limits on your time? Communicate your technical know-how and have people actually read your emails? You’re going to need strong written communication skills. Writing is something most of us do every day, but it’s a difficult skill worth mastering. Join Blythe Morrow, Data Platform marketer and life-long communicator, for a tips and tricks session that will take your written communication to the next level. We’ll review the most common business communication mistakes and learn a few tips to make your words stand out.

Why I Want to Present This Session:

I work with the brilliant technical people every day. I hate seeing great ideas not executed because of a failure to articulate and motivate people to action. I’m here to help technical folks get the business on their side.

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Communications as SO important and one of the major reasons things go offtrack. Will I be able to convince my management team to keep paying me while “working” remote and not actually producing any deliverables? That’s a course I would pay for.


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