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Focus on headings Patricia L. Harms, PhD Kenan-Flagler Business School University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill
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Because so many readers skim business documents (either  because they’re in a hurry or they’re looking for something  specific), learning to incorporate headings into your writing is  one of the #1 ways to make your writing more successful.  AND your writing will be more likely to be read (and you want  people to read your work, so they’ll discover how brilliant you  are!)
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Why use headings? Demonstrates organization clearly Enhances accessibility Fosters readability of document Helps readers link new information to prior knowledge Encourages readers to organize the information the way YOU  want them to organize it This stuff is familiar! Did you know…If adults are asked to read poorly organized material, they’ll often
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