MEAN WHAT YOU SAY AND SAY WHAT YOU MEAN
Emails, letters, memos, proposals, reports, minutes, presentations – how much of your day is spent in the process of writing? And rewriting? And trying to get it right? And how do you know if you got your point across, if the recipient understood what you wanted them to, or if you came across as abrupt or “fuzzy”? Whether you realize it or not, people base their impressions of you on your writing – the format, the style, the content, the flow. How does yours measure up? One of the main obstacles we face is that what we learned about writing while in school doesn’t necessarily pertain to what is needed in business writing. We need to update (and in some cases, refresh) our knowledge of writing, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This interactive and hypercritical event breaks down the process of writing into steps that ensure you “mean what you say and say what you mean.”
Who Should Attend this Event:
People who want to ensure their writing is clear, concise, and communicates the message they intend; anyone who wants to update themselves on the 21st century rules of spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Participants of this event will leave with:
This event runs two hours. It can be delivered in one session or two 1-hour sessions.
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