Business Writing – Write Something Smart and other Professional Development Workshop Offerings This Spring

The purpose of business writing is to convey information to someone else or to request information from them. To be effective, business documents must be complete, concise, and accurate. Text should be written in such a way that the reader will be able to easily understand what you are telling or asking them.

A lot of writing for business is sloppy, poorly written, disorganized, littered with jargon, and incomplete. Often it is either too long or too short. All these attributes contribute to ineffective business writing.

In Lorri Allen’s fun, hands on, and interactive class, participants will learn to write tighter and leaner business documents, from memos to reports and understand where those commas and quotations marks go.

Business Writing – Write Something Smart

May 1, 2012 from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
HR Training Room, Expressway Tower #208

View dates and class descriptions for all Professional Development Workshops offered this spring!




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