Become a Better Business Writer
with Karen Kingsley
- Do you stare at the computer screen trying to write an email or letter?
- Does your boss rewrite everything you do?
- Do you wish people would answer your emails more quickly and responsively?
Writing is a critical part of every job, and being able to write well provides a powerful career advantage. If writing doesn’t come easily to you, or you want to hone your skills, this workshop taught by a professional business trainer will give you tips, techniques and best practices that you can apply immediately to be a stronger and better writer.
This six week workshop will cover the following:
- Getting Started: specific questions to focus your writing.
- Crafting effective Emails: How to save time, increase readership, clarity, responsiveness.
- Focus on the Reader: Appealing to your readers' needs.
- Organization: Organizing your writing to increase recipients’ response to your position or request.
- Conquer Page Fright: Stop staring at the screen praying for inspiration.
- Editing and Proofreading: How to check your work, clarify its organization, and learn tricks to proofread and edit effectively.
Karen Kingsley is a retained consultant to domestic and international advertising agencies and marketing companies. She brings over 25 years of experience as an executive and business writer. She’s written speeches, marketing collateral and advertising for companies such as Anheuser-Busch, Procter & Gamble, Ralston Purina and Rubbermaid; she also writes web content, proposals, RFP’s, white papers, business briefs, resumes, cover letters, sales letters and advertising collateral. For the past nine years Karen has taught business writing at Gotham Writers’ Workshop, while also privately working with several corporations, including A&E TV Networks, Sotheby’s, PVH, wikiHow, Crispin Porter, NRDC and Planned Parenthood.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Please call (203)227-3250 or email@example.com
WHERE3 Sylvan Road South, Westport
TIMEMondays, 7 to 9 p.m.
DATEJune 17, 24, July 1, 8, 15, 22