Take the strain out of composing any kind of document!
Would you like a quick and easy method for composing documents,letters, memos, reports, proposals and performance appraisals in an organized format? This seminar provides you with basic formats and formulas for tackling any kind of writing task and communicating to your readers what they need to know. You streamline your writing process and save time by focusing on what to write instead of how to write it. Bring a current project and get one-on-one feedback.
This workshop will
Provide Tips and techniques to get words flowing freely with a lot less effort and aggravation.
Organize your ideas and get words down on paper quickly.
Youll become a more powerful, compelling communicator
Clear, concise, compelling writing to achieve your aim.
It will help you develop a powerful writing style sure to get the results you want!
Most mistakes can be avoided by knowing a mere handful of easy-to-remember grammar and usage rules rules youll master at this workshop.
Format allows you time to practice and thus reinforce what youve learned.
Upgrade your writing skills and add professional polish to every piece of written communication you create
Tips for Getting Started
Simple ways to plan what you write
The secret to cutting your writing time by 30 percent 40 percent
Key questions to answer before you begin writing
A systematic way to organize your thoughts and information
Surefire tips for overcoming writing anxiety
Basics of Solid Business Writing
A casual tone key to todays business communication
How to present details and explanations clearly and simply
Strategies for avoiding wordiness and eliminating stiff, formal language
Why being concise is imperative to getting results in todays workplace
Writing Letters, Memos and Reports That Get Results!
Capitalize on your personal style to make your writing more interesting and more effective
Tips for eliminating monotony in long reports and complex proposals
A proven way to guarantee your memos get read
Avoiding the most commonly made errors in letters and memos
Smart Tips for Sparking Your Readers Interest
Proven techniques used by professional writers to stimulate reader interest
Openers that are sure to get noticed
Tips for creating sharp images that linger in the readers mind
Why using tired clichés could brand you as out of touch
How to Influence, Persuade and Sell Your Bright Ideas!
Mastering the 7 Cs of convincing business writing
How to be more persuasive when you expect resistance from your readers
Smart tips that will add punch to every paragraph
Success strategies for selling anything products, ideas, services
Communicate with passion and enthusiasm: How to rev things up with active verbs
Keys to Conveying Credibility and Professionalism
How to align your writing with the image your organization wants to project
The pros and cons of using computerized spelling and grammar checkers
Mastering the Rewriting Process: Your Key to Exceptional Business Writing
Your first draft should never be your last draft
A simple technique that will make your writing more readable
How to trim the fat from all your business documents
Editing musts for concise, clear writing
Slashing adjectives and stamping out unnecessary adverbs
How to hear what you write
Practical Solutions to Real-World Writing Challenges
How to write no letters with a yes sound
Writing complaint letters that get immediate action
Techniques for responding to complaints with relationship-rebuilding success
How to make written requests that get favourable replies
Writing for special situations
Gender, Age and Culture Sensitivity: Using Care in Business Writing
Solutions to gender-based pronoun problems
What to do about courtesy titles
Using Correct Grammar for Powerful Writing
How misplaced modifiers can wreak havoc with your meaning
A simple way to make sure subjects and verbs agree
Is it HE at the door? Or Is it HIM at the door? Secrets to choosing the right pronoun
The most misused words in business and the words that dont exist
The 10 Commandments of Capitalization every business writer must know
How to spot look-alike words
Easy Punctuation Guidelines
Avoid comma-itis by knowing when a comma is essential
Apostrophe: Using the minimark that keeps your meaning clear
A rule for using punctuation with quotation marks
Proofread Like a Pro to Keep Errors From Slipping Through
Are you proofreading or editing?
Expert editors tricks for spotting their own mistakes
The words most often misused in business communication