Write with ease

Many people find it hard to prepare their message for something they want to speak or write about. They know what they want to say, but they spend a long time on it and their message still does not turn out like they want it to.

There are many reasons this happens. The three I hear the most are:

I don’t know how to start and build up my message.

I can’t seem to express my thoughts when I’m writing.

I never feel sure if my message is clear and interesting.

WRITE WITH EASE is a guided workshop to help you remove your writing barriers and create a fresh system to write easier and faster for work. (Examples of writing for work are speeches, presentations, articles, press notes, website pages, marketing and training documents.)

The workshop has three stages: Clarity, Confidence, Command. I will work along with you through these stages to help you prepare a complete, clear message of up to two pages.

Clarity

The primary reason why people struggle with writing is that they don’t have enough clarity about what they want to write. This stage will show you how to get that clarity and set up your writing road map.

Confidence

The primary reason why people struggle with writing is that they don’t have enough clarity about what they want to write. This stage will show you how to get that clarity and set up your writing road map.

Command

With the ‘mystery’ of writing over for you, let’s explore a few new ideas now. You can see how to adapt your message for different platforms and make it more engaging for your audience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Write With Ease program is minimum four hours over two sessions. You may need more time depending on your experience and learning goals. To discuss a custom training for you or your team, call us on +91 7738439975 or fill the form at the bottom of this page.

You may also want to know
» How to speak in a clear, engaging manner.
» How to give a good presentation to any audience.
» Why you should train to be a company spokesperson.