Written Communication and Structuring Reports: Sydney

THE Premier Guide to Professional Business Writing.

Business, Economics

Written Communication and Structuring Reports: Sydney 14-15 Jul 2014 Informa, Sydney, Australia
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Develop a persuasive, accurate & reader-friendly writing style. Become a clear, concise & productive writer. Reduce time spent on drafting documents, compiling reports & emailing

Key Learning Outcomes

Choose words, punctuation, sentences, paragraphs and structure that convey your message clearly

Understand the impact of your tone on effective communication with team members and clients

Recognise and utilise changes in grammar and punctuation guidelines in the corporate world

Streamline your proof-reading and editing

Condense copious, detailed, technical information into a reader-friendly, succinct format

Structure, plan and design your report/proposal to prioritise important information

Combine text, graphics and tables to communicate key information concisely

Write executive summaries that non-technical readers and decision makers respond to readily

Develop a persuasive style in your reports and proposals

About the Course

How do we develop a credible and influential style?

How do we differentiate ourselves to ensure we are being read?

How do we do this efficiently to allow more time for our core role?

Written communication is an essential tool of trade in the corporate world.

This course is for business executives and their team members who wish to improve the efficiency, clarity and persuasiveness of their written communication.

Participants learn what makes people actually read their writing, how to become more productive, and to achieve impact with style, tone and structure – for an audience that might extend from board members to regulators, from team members to clients.

Who Should Attend

This course is relevant for all those who need to draft more efficiently and proofread more effectively in the workplace; for those who recognise that unclear communication is costly and want to ensure their documents are as effective as possible for their readers