Writing skills training and writing workshops will give you control and consistency in your writing
Business professionals spend 31% or more of their work week writing.
Do you have the writing skills to ensure your documents get read? Do you wonder where you can find writing skills training that can help?
Consider IWCC Training. We provide writing skills workshops and coaching that help you polish your writing and gain three key benefits:
Good writing skills training helps you assess your current writing skills, set goals for improvement and apply tools and techniques to reach your goals. When you attend IWCC’s writing skills workshops, you get what you need to reach your goals and polish your writing.
IWCC’s writing skills workshops teach participants how to successfully write the documents they use every day such as e-mail messages, memos, letters and reports.
Participants will learn the tools to assess their current writing practices and set goals to improve the quality and effectiveness of their written messages.
The Value of Good Writing Skills Training
When people in an organization attend effective writing skills training, they adopt good writing practices that benefit both their professional image and the image of their organization.
Effective business writing skills are an asset for any organization and they can give your employees and your organization a competitive edge.
Business writing should move projects forward
In business, you write to get work done, not to impress the reader with your extensive vocabulary and your intimate knowledge of the subject matter. You need to provide your reader with the information he/she needs to move the work forward.
Skills are learnable — habits take time
Effective writing skills are learnable. They are a set of skills that almost anyone can master. However, to turn good writing skills into good writing habits, you must apply these skills to every message you write until they become automatic.
“How” is just as important as “what”
Simply stating facts is not communication. How you write your message is as important as what content you include. Your readers want usable information they can read and understand quickly and easily. You must write in a High Impact Style and focus on the needs of your readers.
Readers don’t read every single message they receive
Today’s readers are overloaded with information and will often skim messages looking for key points to jump out at them. You therefore need to capture your readers’ attention and keep it. You have to clearly make your point and organize your message so that your key points are easy to find.
Your writing defines you
People start to make judgments about you and your organization when they read your written messages. Remember that you display your competence and your attitude through the words you choose, the content you include and the design of your document.