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Fitch Learning

Business Writing Skills

Oct 10, 2019
London, United Kingdom
GBP 795 ≈USD 965
GBP 795 per day

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Communication in the workplace is increasingly done via the written word. With different perspectives, personalities and priorities it is no wonder that communicating effectively can be a challenge.

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Prepare materials that motivate readers to take action
  • Structure documents and transmit clear messages
  • Write in a concise style that makes your desired impact
  • Recognise smart business writing
  • Improve their own writing objectively

Planning and Structuring Effective Writing

  • Organise and structure your thoughts
  • Clarify the purpose of writing and the action you require readers to take
  • Wrap your message into the pervading culture and focus on the specific audience
  • Anticipate readers' needs and wants - reflecting the expectations of different client groups, such as Fund Managers, external clients, senior leadership, and cross departmental sponsors
  • Identify and deliver the core financial messages within a proposal
  • Deliver key messages with impact so that professionals who are time constrained remember them

Best Practice for Writing

  • Establish standards for writing for the finance sector - language, tone and style
  • Recognise individual writing styles and what they imply
  • Create a best practice model for all business writing

Text and Subtext

  • Understand the impact that subtext can have on readers
  • Ensure your writing is clear; simplicity and professionalism rule


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Oct 10, 2019
London, United Kingdom
GBP 795 ≈USD 965
GBP 795 per day

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The University of Auckland Business School

Business Writing Skills

Next dates

Oct 10—11, 2019
2 days
Auckland, New Zealand
NZD 2095 ≈USD 1346
NZD 1047 per day


Strategies for writing better, faster, easier

When you write in business, you are representing both your own reputation, and the reputation of your company. So it’s a key skill to master. Yet writing well is not something that comes easily to all of us.

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn an easy process to convert those random thoughts into clear written communication. You can apply this process to hastily written emails, or a complex report.

You will gain vital knowledge, skills and practice in these four essential areas for effective communication:

  • Thinking about your message and the audience
  • Structure and arranging your thoughts logically for the reader
  • Language you use to make your messages clear
  • Layout ensuring easy scanning and a professional look

Topics covered

This is a practical workshop, where you will be able to learn and apply the learning directly to your own work. Bring along some recent or current work, with a view to polishing it up in our workshop.

We will cover:

  • Why writing can be challenging for us
  • The principles of written communication
  • The importance of focusing on your reader
  • A five-step process for crafting clear writing from emails to reports
  • Sorting out those irksome grammar bits


You will:

  • Be able to write better, faster, easier
  • Deal with your particular writing issues
  • Come away with a process to follow for better writing

Your organisation will:

  • Be well represented through your writing
  • Gain a more consistent brand of professionalism
  • Reduce time spent on your writing

Who should attend

  • Anyone who has to write on behalf of their organisation
  • Those who are required to write reports or proposals
  • Managers who are responsible for ensuring their team members communicate clearly in their writing
  • New employees who would like to write professionally without prior experience


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