Re: Essential Technical Writing Skills
Short interviews happen at my desk. I have a spare chair and a ton of
whiteboard space, and I'm generally sitting at the computer, so I can draw
stuff on the whiteboards or type it up as it happens.
This is also my technique. It really upset some people at my current job when I first did this, though. I would look them in the eye, ask questions, and type the answers while interviewing them. Other times, I will "sit in the corner" of a meeting and type nearly everything said.
Bad part of doing this -- now EVERYONE expects me to be at their meetings :)
Technical Writer, who has totally avoiding working this afternoon and no one noticed or cared...
Washington State Coordinator, Tombstone Project
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