Instructor: Diana Brooks
|2015-10-22||8:30am - 4:30pm||BWE102215WCT||Waterbury, CT||REGISTER NOW|
|2015-11-12||8:30am - 4:30pm||BWE111215S||Springfield, MA||REGISTER NOW|
We live in a wasteland of carelessly written, unclear, rude, and incomplete e-mails, proposals, letters, and reports. This crisis in written communication harms performance and even derails careers.
This workshop focuses on building business writing excellence. Participants will learn the ingredients for effective business writing including: basic grammar, commonly misspelled and misused words and terms, etiquette and the virtue of brevity, editing and proofreading. The workshop also dedicates a generous portion of time to achieving the application of a clear and successful business writing style.
Participants will review samples of effective and ineffective e-mail memos and letters. Business writing best practices will be emphasized. Participants will also perform frequent hands-on activities, practicing the principles covered in the workshop.
Anyone who communicates frequently in writing.
HRCI & SHRM Credits: 6.5
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