Writing to Get Things Done® Toolkit

Individuals improve productivity by learning how to use writing as a powerful tool for getting things done. Individuals will improve their on-the-job writing skills, including creating clear, easy-to-read emails, letters, memorandums, meeting minutes, procedures and technical reports.(also available in Spanish)

Become a High Performing Employee Learning Track: Writing to Get Things Done® Toolkit, Creating Great Work, Increasing Your Contribution at Work

Course Title

Course Result

Effective Business Communication

Know and use the three components of effective business communication

Separating Readers' and Writers' Needs

Be able to separate the readers’ needs from the writer’s needs

Identifying Ineffective Writing Styles

Identify ineffective writing styles

Using the Reporting Process

Use the reporting process when creating written communications

Selecting the Best Writing Model

Know how to select and use the best writing model for presenting your thoughts and ideas

Write Effective Opening Paragraphs

Be able to write an effective opening paragraph

Effective Middle and Closing Paragraphs

Write an effective middle and closing paragraph

Forecasting Subject Lines

Be able to write a concise and effective forecasting subject line

Most Common Business Writing Model

Know how to use the writing model required for about 80% of your writing

Writing Model for Reports and Documents

Use the writing model required for long documents, such as reports and manuals

Writing Style and Tone

Know how to use an effective writing style and tone

Effective Emails

Assess the quality of your emails

For more information or a demo, you can call us on 0403006062 or email on info@e-resources.com.au or you may use the form below.

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