Dee Dukehart is a professional speaker, coach and consultant with many years of experience

“Success…It’s All In Your V.O.I.C.E.”
Turn on your readers instead of turning them off. E-mails are as important as reports and cover letters. Help your words paint a picture for your reader. Relearn the elementary grammatical and punctuation rules, and formulate your syntax to entice and engage your readers. Opening/Closing are vital

  • Stories sustain your points
  • Organization helps you and the listener
  • Know your audience
  • Practice, practice, practice

“The Guiding Write…How To Direct and Navigate Your Readers… Every time”
Every day you sell, explain,review,persuade, ask, inform, or declare something in writing – an e-mail, memo, report,orletter.Writing for you is easy, frustrating, arduous, or a pain — fill in your own adjective. When you want to get a response or give information,your main job is to make certain your readers understand what you want and what, if any, action to take. You areresponsible to navigate and direct them. Write for the Reader

  • Initial Draft/Rewriting
  • Road Signs to the Future
  • Grammar Gremlins

Tools & Tips

“Business and Technical Writing”
Gain more impact and influence with your readers with these

easy-to-implement tools and tips.

“E-mail Tools and Tips”
Capture the attention of your reader with a subject line that details your message. Apply these tools and tips to add quality and professionalism to your e-mails.

“Word Worries Tools and Tips”
Using the appropriate wording is important. Apply these tools and tips to add quality and professionalism to your memos.

Refresh your memory with these basic and quick-to-remember tools and tips.

“Presentation Skills”
Your next presentation will be more memorable and easier to deliver with these tools and tips.

“Communication Skills”
Gain more and give more specific information when you learn to listen, explain in word pictures and ask the right questions with these tools and tips.