The Bottom Line

Ultimately, an awareness of corporate culture empowers writers to assimilate and succeed in their communications. Not only does culture influence the large and small decisions writers make about what to write, how to style it, and when and how to share it; culture also affects a person’s health, well-being, and happiness. As you explore successful writing strategies, step back and contemplate the bigger picture of what you want to experience in the workplace. Considering the number of hours we spend at our jobs, shouldn’t we have the right to work in cultures that align with our own beliefs, values, practices, and general happiness? I encourage students to strive for employment opportunities that will allow you to embody the highest and best version of yourself, which in turn, enables success for the organization as a whole. You deserve your challenging work to be seen, appreciated, validated, and rewarded.


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