Gain an understanding of a range of techniques to apply to your business writing, adapt your writing to your audience, learn to write clearly and concisely, edit and proof read and plan and structure business cases for greater impact. This 5 pack of practical courses is designed to assist you in developing your business writing skills.
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Any professional needing to improve their writing skills to ensure greater impact.
Gain an understanding of a range of techniques to apply to your business writing, for greater impact.
This course addresses ways to identify your readers and to create messages that convey the appropriate tone for different reader roles. It also outlines how to write effectively for the three most common reasons for writing a business document – to inform, respond, or persuade.
This course describes ways to make your writing more clear. Specifically, it covers the importance of using short, familiar words, appropriate connotations, concrete and specific language, and transitional words and phrases. The course also discusses ways to be more concise and explains some best practices for organising content logically and appropriately.
This course highlights the importance of editing and proofreading your business documents. It describes some key areas to consider when editing – like tone, structure, clarity, and accuracy. You will also explore ways to proofread effectively. In particular, you will find out about some of the most common grammatical, punctuation, and spelling mistakes that people make.
Learn the basic and most valuable rules of business grammar.
This course will show you the principles for preparing and writing effective business case. Start with defining your business need and gathering relevant information, right through to assessing the financial impact of your solution. The course will conclude with practical advice on how to concisely present your business case to connect with your audience and key decision makers.
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