Gain the skills you need to create clear, purposeful documents that connect with your audience and get results. Work on your own documents to benefit from better writing immediately. Scroll down for more details.
When you write effectively in business, you get your message across more quickly. You’re able to spend more time focusing on the main purpose of your role — and less time rewriting documents or clarifying what you’ve written for your readers.
Writing effectively for business can dramatically change lines of communication within an organisation. It can also greatly improve your organisation’s bottom line.
Just how much time and money do your team spend writing and rewriting documents? Use our calculators to find out.
Our Business Writing Essentials workshop covers the following topics:
Add The Write Style Guide to your order
Our style guide is full of trustworthy advice for dealing with questions about writing style — such as punctuation, capitalisation, and use of numbers. Keep it handy to help you produce polished content. Just $40 including GST with your course.
We can customise Business Writing Essentials for your team. Contact us to talk about your training needs.
This workshop is suitable for anyone who has to write business or government documents, from brief emails to long reports.
Business Writing Essentials is our foundation workshop in plain English writing. It leads on to other more specialised workshops, such as Technical Writing Lab, Report Writing, Proposal Writing, and Web Lab.
If English isn’t your first language, we have a workshop that is specially targeted to your needs: Business Writing for International Professionals
‘An absolute must for people in business.’
Simon Challies, Chief Executive, Ryman Healthcare
‘Think that you don't have any room for improvement? Think again!’
Gordon MacLeod, Ryman Healthcare
‘A truly valuable workshop. An engaging and insightful experience that I will take with me and implement at work.’
Kirsten Leighs, Ocean Design
‘Effective way of learning what not to do if you want your documents to be read. It's all about the reader, not the writer.’
Aaron Sanson, NZ Police