In business, your writing counts. It’s a projection of yourself (and your company) just as much as what you wear or how you conduct yourself in a meeting. Good writing skills will enhance your image, increase your confidence, boost your productivity, and help you achieve your objectives on a daily basis.
Here you will learn the basic principles of good business writing, which you can immediately put into action—on anything from simple emails to complex documents. You’ll also be surprised at how entertaining the course is, and by how much “personality” can play a part in your business writing.
Whether you seek to pick up the basics or polish your skills, you’ll soon be writing with less stress and more success.
For companies interested in our Business Writing program, see this brochure.
This course touches on grammar and style points, but these things are covered more fully in Grammar: Write It Right!.
This is not an English-as-second-language course. It’s fine if English is not your first language, but you must speak and write it fluently.
One-on-One tuition: $1800 Request consultation
This course gives you a firm grounding in the basics of effective business writing, and lets you experiment with various communication techniques. Course components:
Business Writing is open to writers of any level. Students must be 18 years or older.
NYC info, tuition: $150
Registration fee $25, paid once per term
One-on-One tuition: $360 Request consultation
The NYC One-day Intensives are seven-hour crash courses, giving you brief lectures that hit the high-points and writing exercises that let you immediately try your hand at what you’ve learned. Arrive in the morning with a desire to learn; leave in the evening as a more knowledgeable writer.
Intensives are open for writers of any level. Students must be 18 years or older.
Students may reschedule a One-Day Intensive one time.
Business Writing Intensive topics include: customizing messages for your voice and the intended audience, tone, structure, process, writing clear/concise/specific.