I don’t know what your job is, but I’m betting you spend a lot of time on email each day, and isn’t that writing. . .?
The last research I read said that the average professional spends 13 hours a week doing email. Yes, some of that is reading; but there’s a bunch of writing in there too.
There are plenty of frustrations people have with email, but right near the top is that messages aren’t clear, and because of that frustration, conflicts escalate, and productivity drops.
If you want to be a more effective communicator, get better results in less time and with less frustration, you need to spend some time thinking about your practical writing skills.
No, I’m not talking going back to a dingy 7th grade classroom and doing some arcane writing drills. Rather, I’m talking about investing an hour with a master communicator, gaining some very practical insights on strengthening your writing skills to make your life and work easier.
Some time ago, my colleague Guy Harris tackled this challenge and created a practical power-packed, hour long learning experience titled Effective Communication in Writing: Learn how to Get Your Written Message Across Clearly.
It was a hit.
So we have decided to deliver it again, this time as a replay. It won’t be live, but if you have questions for Guy, there will be a way to ask them and we as a team will get you answers to the pressing questions that Guy may not address in this fantastic session.
You can block your calendar and listen to the replay on February 10 from 1:30-2:30 ET (the advantage being that you will dedicate the time, based on that scheduled time) or you can simply buy the recording. Either way, you can share this learning with others, because like with all of our teleseminars, while you can take advantage for yourself, you can also bring a group or team together to share the learning experience.
Your single investment allows for as many people as you want to include on one phone line (or of course you can buy the recording and share across your entire team.)