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Business Writing Webinar - Effective memos and emails

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Category business writing skills training, online business writing courses

Deadline: August 07, 2018 | Date: August 07, 2018

Venue/Country: CO, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-07-10 16:59:38 (GMT+9)

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Before you craft that correspondence, how do you decide which type to use? How do you keep your message concise and yet still effective? How do you ensure that the people who need to read it most actually do? This webinar will walk you through the answers to all those questions and is focused on effective business writing skills and writing effective memos and emails.


Business moves fast, and so should your messaging. When crafting a professional memo or email, you must be able to reach your audience in time, every time. How do you choose whether to issue a memo or blast out an email? How do you reach different personality types and attention spans? Attend this webinar to learn how to improve your business writing.


After attending this webinar, you will have learned the following.

• How to choose a memo vs. an email

• How to make your message match your intention

• How to effectively reach your diverse team

• How to get rid of the most common writing errors that muddy your message

• Business writing basics for professionals


How to craft a clear and concise memo or email that gets the results you intend.


• Anyone in a leadership role

• Administrative professionals

• Entrepreneurs

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