Write to Influence

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Writing is about more than conveying information. It’s about influencing someone to follow directions, agree with your position, take action or approve your business case.

Learn how to do more than just communicate, learn how to influence with your writing, whether it's a memo, letter, notice, procedure, policy or business case.

This is the first book in the Quick Guide for Managers Series. More
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About Michel Theriault

Michel provides advisory and consulting services in strategic and management issues after many years in corporate and service related fields both as a client and as a supplier.

He is a published book author, a speaker at industry conferences and writes for industry magazines.

His clients are busy managers at all level who benefit from his ability to help them develop strategies, business cases and implementation plans for problems they want to solve or business areas they want to improve. Michel draws from a wide range of experience to help solve problems, improve services and reduce costs using best practices. His clients appreciate his outside view that isn’t clouded with the status quo or with a vested interest to defend.

Michel has been profiled in magazines and newspapers as well as interviewed for various articles.

A sought after speaker, he delivers seminars at conferences and provides training and workshops internationally in addition to consulting for clients.

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About the Series: Quick Guides for Managers
This series provides short, actionable information to managers in many different areas where they need to achieve results.

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Chris Smith reviewed on Dec. 18, 2013

Nice style and some good tips. Have put some into practice in work emails with good results.
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Nicole Lobb reviewed on June 19, 2013

Half way through reading the book "Write to Influence" I was already seeing the impact in my proposals, reports and emails that I send out on a regular basis. It has methods that I have never used and even methods that I knew about - but never exercised. Immediately after finishing the book I handed it off to colleagues. A very quick read with plenty of valuable content. Read it!
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Patrick Tenpenny reviewed on Dec. 6, 2012

I very much enjoyed Mr. Theriault's book "Write to Influence" and have applied many of his ground breaking techniques to my client newsletters, corporate communications and everyday e-mail correspondence. I highly recommend this book for even the seasoned business writer. It is an excellent source of fresh ideas on the art of efficient and effective communication.
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