1. Annual Reports
The first type of report we’ll cover is an annual report. This will typically round up a business’s year of progress and performance to let supervisors and team members know how the company did.
It can include anything from website analytics to sales profits, depending on who the report is meant for – you can have a look at our other article with tips for writing your next annual report.
2. Weekly Reports
One report that is helpful to provide your team is a weekly report based on your progress in various projects and goals. This can be a simple one-pager, or a more in-depth report with specific updates.
It can include anything from website analytics to sales profits, depending on who the report is meant for.
3. Project Reports
Keep clients and team members up-to-date on the status of various projects you’re working on by providing them with a project report. This can include a timeline of your report progress and the deadline for each segment to keep everyone on the same page.
4. Sales/Marketing Reports
It’s essential to keep your team updated on how your sales and/or marketing strategies are going. Put together graphs showing profit margins, increases in engagement and more.
These types of reports are also a great way to determine whether your strategies are working or if they need some tweaking in the future.
5. Research Report
Sometimes if you need to do some in-depth research, the best way to present that information is with a research report. Whether it’s scientific findings, data and statistics from a study, etc., a research report is a great way to share your results.
6. Appraisal Report
An appraisal report is one created for a class or for an employee performance review. This follows a formal writing style and dives into a topic related to the student’s academic studies and/or work performance for the year, as well as recommendations around how best to improve their skills.