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The perils of imprudent writing : how to watch what you write and stay out…

by Edward P Ahrens

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0965838137, Paperback)

Thoughtless communications-electronic, written and oral-have gotten governments, companies, families and individuals into more trouble than a judge can shake a gavel at.

The results range from hard feelings and broken marriages to huge losses in litigation and settlement costs. Every one of us at some time has wrestled with the consequences of a foolish statement or a poorly written document containing dangerously ill-chosen words. And technology (especially e-mail and the Internet) has rapidly evolved to make the "Perils" much more perilous.

The Perils of Imprudent Writing captures all the minefields of imprudent communications and offers guidelines for avoiding them. The book is ninety-six, tightly written pages, perfect for busy schedules, easy reference and efficient group instruction on prudent writing habits.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:50 -0400)

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