"Writing Winning Proposals"

Successful proposals are the lifeblood of many organizations; if they’re ineffective, don't persuade the reader, or fail to meet readers' needs, your organization doesn’t get new business, may lose existing business, and may not get the funding it needs to survive. Unfortunately, many businesses lack the expertise to write successful proposals.

At Hurley Write, we have over 25 years helping organizations, both public and private, write successful, persuasive proposals. We teach your team how to target readers; write a readable, persuasive proposal; and use language effectively, while showing readers the benefit of your solution.

Your team can take our business proposal writing class via an instructor-led, customized workshop delivered at your facility. Our proposal writing classes can be combined with any of our other writing courses or presentation skills course or our value-adds for a complete learning experience.

Onsite Workshop

Our customized instructor-led workshops, delivered at your facility, are fun, interactive, and educational. We use Socratic discussion, micro-learning techniques, in-class exercises, and breakout sessions to ensure that participants walk away with strategies they can use immediately and long-term.
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Online Classes

Our online course is offered as off-the-shelf or we can customize. What makes this online course unique is that it includes voiced lectures, 24/7 access, take-aways, cheat sheets, knowledge checks, and writing options on which participants receive substantive feedback.
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Webinar

Our webinars are fully customized and are offered live or can be pre-recorded. The webinars are offered in one-hour sessions and are great for people who simply don’t have the time to attend a longer class.
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Value-Adds

Regardless of which option you choose, we offer a full array of support for the training, including pre- and post-class assessments; pre- and post-class feedback on writing; coaching; writing homework; and reinforcement messages sent to their PCs, laptops, and smartphones.
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