Your word should be your brand in all that you do. This includes in all business writing communication. Letters, reports, memos, policies, documents…and especially email correspondence. Many people have fallen into the poor habit of writing emails like they do texts…not acceptable in a business environment. What is acceptable?
Ronna Timpa, active NHLA member and owner of Workplace ESL Solutions, is presenting a seminar for NHLA, WIL and NRG members on March 21 at Vegas PBS. The seminar, “Business Writing: Making sure your word is your brand”, will address many areas in question.
Hundreds of thousands of business emails are sent and received every day in the business world. It is surprising how unprofessional some can appear. Here is a chance to get many of your questions answered and hone your business writing skills in a fun and friendly workshop.
What greeting or closing should be used? Am I being too formal or too familiar? What does the tone of the email say? Is my punctuation correct? Am I asking the right questions? Do I sound professional? Eager or anxious?
Ronna is an expert in business writing
These are just a few of the areas Ronna will touch upon. Ronna is a renowned presenter and educator and is recognized for her comic wit. She delivers useful information and tips for improving business writing skills that everyone can utilize. Her classes are always popular with attendees.
Written words can last a long time…forever, in fact. Writing in a professional, knowledgeable and impressive manner can show peers, supervisors and managers that you are serious about your role and the company. Exemplary business writing skills can set you apart from others.
Join us for our Business Writing class
Your word is your brand…make it the best it can be. Join us on March 21 for a fun, interactive and productive NHLA seminar presented by Ronna. All NHLA members attend at no charge. Register now.