Think you might want to hire me? Here’s the nitty-gritty. My writing services specialize in informational and educational written materials. It’s incredibly gratifying to help people grow professionally so they can maximize their contribution—with colleagues, their work team and their organization. If this describes your outlook on work life too, then we are well-suited to work together. Read on for the details.
Educational articles – If you need to educate the leaders or employees of your company on the topics of leadership development, employee engagement, trust at work, emerging workplace trends or careers, I’d love to write for you. The tone of my writing ranges from very business-y such as how companies can fill the leadership pipeline to a more informal, conversational style like this tips for when you’re riding the struggle bus piece.
Case Studies – I write case studies that highlight your company’s positive business practices for publication on your company’s website, blog or newsletter. You can also draw upon my background as a corporate trainer to write case studies for your company’s training purposes.
Executive features – Oftentimes, an outside source is the best choice to write about one of your company’s senior leadership team members. External interviewers are impartial observers, and are rarely intimidated. I’m equally comfortable interviewing high-profile figures such as New York Times bestselling author Ken Blanchard and executives such as this Coca Cola senior manager for a feature piece in The Economist’s Executive Education site. Your corporate communications department loves the PR. When I wrote this executive profile for Smartblog on Leadership, the executive’s company picked up the article and featured it on their internal website.
Professional business blogging – Like the idea of writing a blog, but hate the actual writing? Let me write for you! I’ve written for my own blog (and picked up several awards along the way) since 2009. There’s a unique cadence and tone to blog posts that takes a while to figure out. Cut straight to the chase and hire me to write fresh content for your company’s blog. If your company is related to the HR, Training, or Leadership Development sectors of business, you might even consider doing a “sponsored” blog post on my blog The People Equation. Here’s an example of what that looks like.