Infuse the Traits of Effective Leaders: The Power of Writing Well

The many books on writing and communicating that claim to be everything to everybody fail simply because they are overwhelmingly complex, full of jargon and useless labels and distinctions such as participial phrase as opposed to gerund phrase, or transitive verb versus intransitive verb. Most of us outside of academe don't care, and we shouldn't since they are not relevant to our needs. More

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About Pete Geissler

PETE GEISSLER is an author of books, teacher of writing, and a professional/technical writer for various firms. He taught Advanced Professional and Technical Writing at Carnegie Mellon University and Writing for Environmental Professionals at the Graduate School of Environmental Science and Management, Duquesne University. He is now completing a collection of his works and a fictionalized version of the growth of electricity and its role in capital punishment.

Pete has written five books that have been published by traditional, vanity, and, now, his own house, The Expressive Press. One book was a publisher's best seller and another was a finalist in Best Books 2004. His sixth book will be available by the end of 2015. In addition, he has ghost-written more than three million words that have been either published in trade magazines or spoken in formal settings. www.theexpressivepress.com; peteswriteshops.com; peteswords.com. geissler@earthlink.net.

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