Writing it’s a weapon that not many include. It has a long range of attributes, it organizes and clarifies the thoughts. It shows you what you know, and what you don’t. This is an amplifier of leadership impact.
It has to deal with a bigger impact and it brings to the table precision. Writing in order to amplify your leadership is linked with speaking. Which is another great way of communicating, but it lacks some characteristics. Writing is more permanent and is available exactly when needed. One of the biggest advantages of putting things down on paper, is the record created. It’s more tangible than talking, meaning this is more accountable.
On the other hand, this tool is something we have to know when to use. It’s not immediate so when urgency shows up, it might not be the best way to go. Identify the opportunity to write, schedule time for it, create a draft, edit it, share it and then, prepare for impact.
This might help you improve your writing skills, and also generate more impact with your leadership. Julia Clavien, the writer, gives massive advice on when and how to write.
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