Communication works for those who work at it. – John Powell
Whether delivered in-person or virtually, my corporate communication training courses are designed to be engaging and to make effective written and verbal communication achievable for every member of your organization. Attendees walk away with actionable tips they can apply in their everyday lives to improve efficiency and morale in the workplace. Originally designed for a Fortune 500 company, the courses have been adapted and delivered to companies around the globe.
All three courses include:
A copy of the presentation and course materials
Sixty-day check in
Effective Business Writing Taught by a published novelist with more than a decade of experience in corporate communication and marketing, this class is designed to give you the lowdown on effective written communication in the workplace. Topics covered include controlling tone, increasing the odds your message will be read and understood, sentence construction, grammar basics, and punctuation. The course is packed full of pro tips to make writing easier, along with helpful resources to take with you.
For a limited time, this course also comes with one free edit per class participant, up to 250 words, good for 30 days from date of course! The Art of Body Language Statistics show that 55% of meaning comes from body language, making it the single biggest tool in our communication toolbelt for controlling how a message is perceived. This course will help you understand how your body language is being perceived and teach you to read the body language of others. It’s also full of practical tips for using body language to appear calmer and more confident and approachable in the workplace. Practical Conflict Resolution Building on the concepts taught in Effective Business Writing and The Art of Body Language, this course is designed to give you practical tools you can use to reduce and diffuse conflict in the workplace. From avoiding common causes of conflict, to effective listening techniques, to choosing the right communication medium and creating goal-oriented communications, you’ll gain insight into how to successfully navigate workplace conflict.