A letter of approval can take two forms or can be written from two positions. The first is as the requesting personnel. The second is as the approving personnel. This article looks at fundamental principles of handling a letter of approval from an approving personnel point of view and offers samples to help you handle approvals properly. The need to write a letter of approval is bound to arise as a project leader, manager or business owner.
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How to Write A Letter of Approval (With Examples)
Before writing to seek approval, you must have it in mind that the company and its interest s come s first. If it does not directly achieve this, you must make a good case of how it will, if not directly, inadvertently be a plus to the company or at least, the good image of the company. The same steps required for writing a business email stand. Also, you are writing to your boss, so a high level of professionalism is required.
Requesting approval for a project or large purchase can be nerve-wracking and frustrating. However, with the right wording and attitude, you're more likely to get the go-ahead you need. Research is also key: you must know exactly what you require, know what the impact on your company will be and be able to explain it in terms that your boss can understand.