The Writing Workshop generates new thinking about clear writing at Exelon Nuclear.
John Sturtevant recently led another two-day workshop for technical staff at the Exelon Nuclear Quad Cities Power Generating plant in Cordova, Illinois.
“Great presentation…upbeat and challenging with invaluable lessons to help me improve my writing skills.” Oran Turner, Exelon Process Analyst.
“This class was focused on the real application of communication and language,” said Jeremy Bries, Senior Operations Instructor. “It gave me the tools I need to be a successful writer on the job.”
“John made me think about what I do in a new way,” said Jack Zick, Work Planning Specialist.“ That’s exactly what I need to move beyond the kind of writing I’ve been stuck in doing.”
“Really great!” said Gary Bohms, Front Line Supervisor. “John showed us lots of ways to improve, but also what not to do. That was valuable for me.”
Exelon Nuclear is headquartered in Warrenville, Ill., and is a business unit of Exelon Corporation. It operates the largest nuclear fleet in the nation and the third largest fleet in the world. Exelon’s ten stations – with 17 reactors – represent approximately 20 percent of the U.S. nuclear industry’s power capacity.
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