Would you like to become a more effective business communicator?

The Writing Program at the College of Business provides Business Communication Consultation to help students further develop their written and oral presentation skills enhancing their professional presence. Business Communication faculty are available to work with students one-on-one, or with a small group, to help students develop communications for class assignments. 

This is not an editing or proofreading consultation. The goal is to help students become better communicators. Therefore, students will be guided to recognize issues in writing and speaking and given strategies for improvement. Appointments are 30 minutes long, so plan on reviewing 1-2 pages intensely, rather than many pages superficially. Appointments are in person, by phone or via Bluejeans.

Types of Appointment

Business Communication Consultation appointments are available in office Fairlane Center South 146B. The office is located at the end of the hallway adjacent to the Bloomberg Finance Lab.

Phone Only appointments allow you to consult by phone from wherever you are. When you schedule a Phone Only appointment, you'll be given information by email to make arrangements for the appointment.

I am Christine Fischer, Director of the College of Business Writing Program and Lecturer in Business Communication. I am here to assist undergraduate and graduate students to enhance their business communication skills. Please contact me with any quick business communication related questions or to schedule an individual or team consultation.

Contact Me:

Email / Phone

Office:+1 313-583-6480

Mobile: +1-734-353-0040

Email: chrisfis@umich.edu

Drop by My Office

University of Michigan-Dearborn

146B Fairlane Center South (adjacent to the Bloomberg Financial Lab)

19000 Hubbard Drive, Dearborn, MI 48126-2638

Faculty Collaboration

Business Communication faculty collaborate with other COB faculty to provide consultation, feedback and evaluation of the written and oral communication components of student assignments. Currently, selected graduate level courses contain a business communication evaluative component.

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