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Becoming a Better Writer

Becoming a Better Writer

      Duration: 60 Minutes

Faculty: Jeff Davidson      Level: Intermediate      Course ID: 1141


Effective writing is not nearly as arduous as you might presume. Our presenter is the author of 65 books and yet to this day he proclaims he does not like to write himself. In fact, in college, professors would mark up his term papers with more commentary than he had written in the paper! If you’re intrigued, this could be your session.

Why should you Attend:

Competition is keen in virtually every profession and every industry today. By writing more effectively you can accomplish more, stay ahead of the pack, and become better positioned for raises and promotions. Our presenter, Jeff Davidson has long-term track record of educating, entertaining and inspiring career professionals to take prompt and effective action.

Areas Covered:

  • Why weak verbs weaken your writing
  • Make your ‘commas’ work for you
  • The well-placed modifier can make all the difference
  • Pruning your prose so that readers will enjoy what you’ve written
  • Why your sentences are probably too long and how to break them up

Who Will Benefit:

  • Vice Presidents of HR
  • Human Resource Managers
  • HR generalist
  • Payroll administrators
  • Office managers
  • Accounting managers
  • Operations managers
  • Business Owners
  • Executives
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Line Staff and Trainees
  • New Recruit and Temp
  • Team Manager
  • Team Leader
  • Team Member and Team Sponsors
  • Project Director
  • Project Manager and Project Staff
  • Career professionals in Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Production, Customer Service, HR, Insurance, Sales, Consulting, and Training, Basically for all who uses emails and the internet.

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