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Business Writing Workshops

Business Writing Workshops do more than improve daily efficiencies. Teams that are able to communicate clearly with each other, to internal departments, and to external stakeholders are more successful, have higher retention rates, and deliver greater value for your organization.

Business Writing Workshops

Business Writing Workshops do more than improve daily efficiencies. Teams that are able to communicate clearly with each other, to internal departments, and to external stakeholders are more successful. They have higher retention rates and deliver greater value for your organization.

Our Business Writing Workshops are perfect for professional development. In addition to these out of the box communication training sessions, we create individualized workshops to meet your needs and solve your problems.

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Email 101

This half-day, onsite email writing workshops overcomes some of the most common challenges of office communication.

Learn how to transform email from foe to friend as we cover the following topics in interactive sessions:

  • Email Dos and Don’ts (AKA how not to get fired because of an email)

  • The Anatomy of an Email

  • This Meeting Could Have Been an Email

  • Email is for Closers (learn how to master content and voice to turn outreach into engagement)

Back to Basics

Sound as smart as you are! Learn basic writing skills that articulate your value to your organization, end users, and clients.

This two-hour workshop empowers you to communicate clearly, confidently, and efficiently by mastering these writing skills:

  • Keep Writing Focused and Moving Forward

  • Apply Tone and Tense

  • Master Agreement and Consistency

Overcoming Jargon

This 90 minute business writing workshop tackles one of the most common problems in internal and external communication: jargon.

Move from speaking in silos to collaborating productively by learning these writing skills in our interactive workshop and listening session:

  • When to Use Industry Jargon

  • How to Deploy Jargon Responsibly

  • How to Use Terminology and Tone to Communicate Rather than Alienate