Spring 2012 Second Wednesday Series - April
Business Writing Basics: Write it Right
Wednesday, April 11, 2012, at the U.Va. Richmond Center, 8:30 am–3:30 pm
Composing a well-written business document is as important as dressing appropriately for work: both reflect who you are. In fact, your business contacts may know you only through your written correspondence. A clear, concise business letter, memo or e-mail reflects well on you and your organization. Good business writing communicates exactly what you mean to say in a way that the reader will understand, and helps you get the results you want.
In this course, you will learn 8 basic steps to writing effectively, including organizing your thoughts, analyzing your audience, and enlivening your message using simple, clear language.
Attend this class and learn to
• assess your audience
• determine and prioritize your key points
• use clear, concise language rather than technical jargon and out–of–date words and phrases
• strengthen your writing weaknesses
• focus on using proper grammar and identify resources for effective writing
About the Trainer
Jim Einhaus is a learning consultant with Chesterfield University and has over 30 years of experience in employee development. He teaches a variety of classes in the university’s schools of Leadership and Personal Effectiveness and Quality and Continuous Improvement. As a board member for the School of Leadership and Personal Effectiveness, Jim oversees the school’s leadership certificate programs for employees and supervisors.
Jim’s career includes many years in the private sector in curriculum development and as a trainer of management and organizational improvement; leadership assessments; and diversity and inclusion.
Jim is a certified facilitator for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Jim has an MA in clinical psychology from Xavier University.
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For more information, please contact Chantel Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org or call (804) 371-0202