Write to Be Read
Most organizational communication is written. Good writing influences what’s read. And what’s read influences decisions and actions and how people think.
But reading patterns challenge writing. Only about 20% of what’s written is read. Furthermore, technology has impacted how we read – we don’t. We skim.
To add to the challenge, our work relationships are dependent on being able to communicate our intent, as well as build and maintain relationships through the written word.
Only a few people are “born writers” but the good news is good writing skills are easily learned.
This course teaches ways to ensure your writing is read, understood, and acted on. It also teaches how to be relational in our writing.
Results You Can Expect
- Proven techniques that will enhance readability immediately
- Practical ways to engage the reader
- How to draw attention to your key messages
- How to clearly impart information and ideas
- How to significantly improve reader comprehension
Key Focus Areas
This course is for anyone who would like to ensure that their message gets across, and that readers read, understand and can act on their writing.
Participants should be proficient in writing in English as grammar is not covered.
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