Advanced Business Writing for Managers Writing with Impact and Influence
Target group: Senior Managers and Managers
Duration: 1 day
Language: English (translation in German or other languages is possible)
- Switzerland: Zurich, Zug, Lucerne, Basel
- Asia: Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Mumbai
- Other locations are possible. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Managers need to master the art of business writing to communicate and influence effectively in today’s complex and global business environment. Managers who can write clearly and effectively will be able to influence others positively, achieve business goals, and build strong business relationships.
This programme is customised for managers to gain essential and practical skills in high-impact business writing. Participants will master the ability to customise their writing style and approach to address different types of readers, organise their thoughts in a coherent flow, and communicate concisely and clearly to achieve their business purpose and impact. Participants will also learn persuasive techniques to write their reports and recommendations.
In addition, participants will also learn to vet the written work of others and provide constructive feedback to enable the writers to improve in their business writing.
Managers (New, Experienced and Senior) who are proficient in English Grammar but who want to improve their ability to write more business-oriented and influential emails and reports to achieve their business objectives.
- Communications in a VUCA environment
- Role of manager in organisational communications
- Managerial thinking skills to drive business outcomes
- Art of summary and fact-based writing
- Writing business cases
- Influencing stakeholders and peers
- Mobilising others
- Use of power phrases
- Vetting the written work of others
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Blended and Integrated Training Formats Available
Workshop training can be integrated with the following formats:
- Online learning
- Coaching for one-to-one or group
- Pre- and post- course application back to work
- Experiential learning
- Case studies and simulated role-plays