Writing Workshops



The Rewards of Writing Well at Work – A Lunch & Learn Presentation

Whether or not we have the skills or desire to write well, communicating by writing is a key part of most jobs these days. During this 45 minute presentation, we will

  • Explore the benefits of good writing
  • Review examples of poor writing
  • Deliver quick tips for writing improvement
  • Provide useful handouts


Strategies to Improve Your Written Work – A Half-Day Workshop

Whenever you write e-mails or reports, your writing needs to be clear, accurate, and brief (CAB). This half-day workshop will provide the information and practice you need to refresh your writing skills. Topics include:

  • Working with the CAB model
  • Examining effective and non-effective writing samples
  • Discussing appropriate uses of e-mail
  • Exploring strategies to write better reports
  • Learning tips to improve editing and proof-reading

At the end of this session, you will have a better understanding of how to correct any current flaws in your written work.


Write Well at Work – A One-Day Workshop

This roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-to-work session will

  • Give participants a solid grasp of good business writing components
  • Help identify a target audience and plan writing tasks
  • Demonstrate the proper formats for different kinds of written communications
  • Show the difference between active and passive voice plus direct and indirect patterns
  • Teach editing and proofreading tips
  • Provide practice for the skills learned

To book Sue for your next event, e-mail her at: suetalk@telus.net or               call 780-264-3388.


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