The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language defines the noun “coach” as a “person who gives instruction, as in singing or acting” or a “private tutor employed to prepare a student for an examination.” At Write Now, we define it as a professional communicator who works one-on-one with your mission-critical personnel to impart or enhance the skills required to carry out the critical mission.
Whether you’re looking to improve an employee’s writing or presentation skills or enhance his or her ability to manage employees, a Write Now coach can tailor and implement a one-on-one instructional plan and be there every step of the way. We can even work with your litigators, if you have them, to sharpen their courtroom techniques.
Oh, and if you do want to learn to act, we know someone who can teach you. (If you want to learn to sing, you’re on your own.)