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Effective Business Writing


Are you producing a lot of copy without getting the message across? This workshop will introduce you to the principles of user-friendly writing. You will learn how to write business correspondence using professional tools and techniques. As a result, your text will become more readable and effective.

Participant Profile

Managers, administrators, and professionals who want to improve their business writing.


> Follow a simple writing process that makes writing easier
> Write any type of text with increased confidence
> Analyze reader needs before starting to write
> Use a professional and clear writing style
> Avoid common grammatical problems
> Get better results from your text


> The importance of grammar and punctuation:
Common mistakes and how to avoid them.

> How to write reader-friendly text:
The requirements of reader-friendly text and the importance of writing as you speak. Being specific, proactive and positive.

> Using writer-centered writing:
Key steps to success in business writing. Planning and structuring your business communication. How to proofread and edit documents.

> How to develop a persuasive style:
Rules of good writing. Tips and techniques to achieve effective communication. The ABC of effective business writing. How to analyze language, style and tone.

> Effective business correspondence:
Drafting professional correspondence and replies. How to structure your work.


By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

> Effectively formulate different types of business documents
> Successfully respond to business correspondence
> Write convincing letters
> Use modern language

Method and Design

> Up to eight hours of training using the Internet and telephone
> Highly interactive style. Case studies, key exercises and role-plays ensure your involvement


Please contact us for a quotation.

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