4 Simple Ways to Improve Your Ineffective Business Writing
Professionals deal with a lot of correspondence on the job. That means having strong verbal and written communication skills is a must. Many employees are great at their jobs, but lack certain business writing skills necessary to enhance productivity. As a manager,it’s always a good idea to empower staff with the training they need to do their jobs better, and business writing training is a great way to start. Getting rid of ineffective business writing should be one of your priorities as the boss.
Effective Writing Skills
Welcome to the Effective Writing Skills video course meant to help learners
transform their business writing into professional, accurate, and meaningful
correspondence. This course, which comprises eighteen video lessons, provides
key information targeting specific elements of writing and methodically walks
learners through the process of enhancing their writing skills. It covers
everything from parts of speech and grammar to punctuation and spelling to the
construction of sentences and paragraphs. In addition, this course explains how
to improve readability, eliminate common word usage errors, and distinguish
between words that are commonly confused. Ultimately, learners will be able to
write business letters, reports, proposals, and even simple emails that are
thoughtfully and professionally crafted to help them achieve their goals. This
program is valid for one PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP and one hour of
recertification credit through the HR Certification Institute. Please be sure to
note the program ID number in your online recertification file. For more
information about certification or recertification, please visit the SHRM
website at www.shrm.org and the HRCI website at www.hrci.org. SHRM Activity I
#18-8Z7O9 and HRCI Activity I #342437
Email Matters: Writing With Conviction
This video provides details on how to avoid using weak and wimpy wording in your email messages. The goal of this program is to provide an understanding of why some words are better than others when you have a message to communicate. It’s intended to help trainees learn to identify words they should avoid and learn the more appropriate replacements for those.
Writing Sales Proposals
Welcome to our Territory Development series. In this course, we focus on Sales Communication. Within your sales role you will be presented with the task of submitting proposals to your client. This can happen several ways.
Writing More Effective Emails
Welcome to the topic of writing better emails This video lesson, Writing More
Effective Emails, provides critical tips for crafting an email so that
recipients actually want to read it. It covers everything from the purpose of
the email to the subject line to the language and structure of the content. In
the end, learners will come to think this when sending an emai what would they
want to open and read?
Writing Vision, Mission, and Values Statements
Welcome to the ‘Leadership and Vision, Mission, and Values’ video course meant to explain how tounderstand and compose these fundamental organizational statements. This video lesson, ‘WritingVision, Mission, and Values Statements,’ is the final in a series of five. From it, the viewer will learn theprocess for composing these essential statements in a way that is tailored for their organizational needsand plans for the future.
Writing the Right -- and Quick -- Way
This course talks about how to write short and punchy memos, how to use
transcription to your advantage, and how to write a quick and concise business
Writing Effective Sales e-Mails
Welcome to the 8th video in the Selling at a Distance series. If products and services simply sold themselves, organizations wouldn’t need salespeople at all! Even with today’s technology, the salesperson remains a critical driver of revenue. In this series, salespeople will learn how to master the new skills required to Sell at a Distance. This video focuses on tips to help you write more effective sales e-mails.
Proper Grammar: Adjectives
In this lesson, we will discuss adjectives and their role in the English language. We will also talk about some irregular adjectives, the proper order of adjectives, and degrees of modification.
Proper Grammar: Advanced Adverbs
In this lesson, we will discuss more about adverbs and their properties. You will learn about some irregular adverbs and focus on the placement of regular and irregular adverbs in a sentence.
Proper Grammar: Advanced Pronouns
In this lesson, we will discuss more about pronouns and proper grammar. You will learn about different pronoun types, such as reflexive or interrogative pronouns. You will also learn about agreement between pronouns and antecedents.
Proper Grammar: Advanced Verbs
In this lesson, we will discuss advanced verb concepts including infinitives, gerunds, passive voice, and verb tense order. We will also discuss verb sequence and expressions of time.
Proper Grammar: Introduction to Verbs
In this lesson, we will discuss verbs and their different types and forms. We will discuss verb tenses, including present and progressive.
Proper Grammar: Nouns
In this lesson, we will discuss the properties of nouns. We will also talk about different categories of nouns, as well as compound nouns and noun phrases.
Proper Grammar: Prepositions
In this lesson, we will discuss prepositions. You will learn about prepositions of time, location, place, and movement, and how to properly use them.
Proper Grammar: Introduction to Adverbs
In this lesson we will discuss adverbs and their purpose within proper grammar. We will talk about types of adverbs, their position within a sentence, and how they can be used to amplify, emphasize, or tone down our speech.
Proper Grammar: Introduction to Pronouns
In this lesson, we will discuss the basics of pronouns. You will learn about different types of pronouns, including personal, demonstrative, and relative pronouns.
Proper Grammar: Conjunctions
In this lesson, we will discuss conjunctions. We will talk in depth about and, or, and but. You will also learn about other, less common conjunctions and correlative conjunctions.