This Persuasive business writing intensive workshop is tailored exclusively for the particular needs of your workplace. Workshop design is based on discussions with and surveys of senior managers in your organisation.
That means you know that doing this course will give you exactly the writing skills you need to be a high performer in your business.
The content of the program will vary according to the needs of your workplace, but the process will work like this:
A WriteBusiness facilitator with a strong background in writing for business will work with your organisation to analyse the kind of writing they want. Senior managers will sign off on a two-day training program once they are satisfied it meets the specific writing needs of the workplace.
Day one of training will lay down critical writing skills, with plenty of practice exercises.
Participants will write a workplace document that is relevant to their job and submit it to the facilitator.
Day two of training will include group feedback on the workplace documents, with individual comments being provided confidentially in writing. It will also include a brief revision of writing principles, and you will work on deeper aspects of writing to persuade and influence.
This course is practical and interactive. It firmly establishes good writing practices for life, with a focus on the needs of a particular workplace. If you only get a chance to do one workplace writing course in your life, this is the one you should do.
If you would like to find out more about the Persuasive business writing intensive, or to make a booking, contact me here.
Perhaps you wish you and your staff could get on with your real jobs, instead of wasting time in an endless cycle of writing, re-writing and editing? Or, you wish you had thought harder about sending something before it ended up in legal action or damage to your reputation.
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