Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration 1 day workshop
As we face an environment where more and more business is going to be conducted online, having strong business writing skills is becoming increasingly important for communicating with employees, colleagues and customers.
In the new business environment, emails, texts, social media posts and online chats/notice boards will replace many of our previous ways of communicating face to face.
Therefore, it is important for employees to learn how to write in a clear and concise way so that their message is understood and not open to being misunderstood or misinterpreted.
This course has been designed by Glass Rock Solutions to not only help participants to decide which is the most appropriate method in any given situation, it teaches them to tailor their writing skills specifically.
It also teaches the fundamentals of writing successful ‘high value’ documents such as proposals, reports, case studies and agendas.
This course can also be tailored to your business so that your people learn to write in the ‘voice’ of your company’s brand – ensuring that communications across the board adhere to the same standards in style and tone.
This course is designed for anyone whose role requires them to engage in written communication to influence business outcomes within a corporate or government environment.
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