"Writing Effective Letters" Course Description
Whether your team needs to write letters that request How well does your team use letters to communicate with clients and internal stakeholders? Does your team complain that recipients of their letters often fail to take the action that’s required and do it on time? Chances are, it’s not that the client or internal stakeholder doesn’t want to take the action, it’s that your team’s letters are unclear about what’s required, how the reader should fulfill the action, and when they’re supposed to get it done.
Our customized onsite business letter writing training workshop will teach your team how to write letters that are to the point and that provide clear direction for readers. We’ll teach your team strategies to write good news and bad news letters.
At the conclusion of this workshop, your team will be able to
- Write targeted letters that are clear, concise, and to the point
- Write letters that articulate the appropriate action
- Analyze their readers and determine the action they need readers to take
- Segment letters into clear, usable sections
- Write effective good news and bad news letters
The Hurley Write Difference
We customize all of our workshops using your team’s or organization’s writing examples. Our proven process will ensure that your team has the strategies to write effective documents.
Hurley Write ...
Instructors are experts—they have extensive backgrounds in professional writing and teaching
Uses your team’s documents to meet your specific objectives
Provides a team experience to ensure ongoing collaboration and learning
Provides ongoing support after the workshop to ensure concepts are applied in meaningful ways
Hurley Write Does NOT ...
Use “talking heads” as instructors who lack knowledge about writing
Use generic presentations that don’t apply to your key document needs
Use a cookie-cutter approach
Offer a “one-and-done” workshop with no follow-up