The Governement Manager's Guide to Plain Language offers practical guidance that can improve anyone’s communication skills.
Tysons Corner, VA (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
Management Concepts Press has added an important new volume to The Government Manager’s Essential Library with the publication of The Government Manager’s Guide to Plain Language, by Judith Gillespie Myers, PhD.
Government managers must make instructions and policies clear to employees, give effective presentations, and convey information correctly to the public. The Government Manager’s Guide to Plain Language offers the type of practical guidance that can improve anyone’s communication skills. With samples and plenty of tips and checklists, the book is a great quick reference. The book also includes a comprehensive chapter on appropriate use of social media.
The author, Judith Gillespie Myers, has taught writing skills to thousands of government employees. Her publications include, Essentials of School Management, Banishing Bureaucratese: Using Plain Language in Government Writing, Plain Language: A Step-by-Step Guide, and How to Select and Use Learning Tools.
This is the fourth book in The Government Manager’s Essential Library. The first three books in the series are The Government Manager’s Guide to Appropriations Law by William Arnold, The Government Manager’s Guide to Source Selection by Charles Solloway, and The Government Manager’s Guide to Contract Negotiation by LeGette McIntyre. Soon to follow will be volumes on the work breakdown structure, strategic planning, project management, leading teams, earned value management, statements of work, and contract law.
For more information on these books and all Management Concepts Press publications, visit http://www.managementconceptspress.com/GMEL.