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  • 1961 Request Info

    Writing Effective Email Language and Subject Lines

    This OnDemand Webinar will teach you techniques and strategies to create compelling email messages that cause people to take action.
  • 1962 Request Info

    Writing Effective Standard Operating Procedures and Other Process Documents

    This course presents a comprehensive overview of process writing that the binding regulations require. There's a tenet among regulatory bodies: "If you didn't write it down, it didn't happen," and while the regulations tell companies what they need to do and document, they don't tell them how. Determining how systems work and how processes occur and documenting them is up to companies to assess. This course presents process writing within the "big picture" of controlled documentation and gives industry standards for delivering information. Effectively prepared process documents keep companies on track and compliant. Participants will learn how to write documents that ensure consistency in operations. A workshop in process writing gives participants the opportunity to actually write about a process and then assess the results. The course also addresses problematic areas of the English language and affords participants the chance to voice their questions. Participants will learn . . .
  • 1963 Request Info

    Writing For Business Results

    If you write well, you will often do well. It's that simple. But many of us haven't taken a writing course since high school or college. When we sit down to write, we confront a frustrating, time-consuming task. Precious hours march by as we stare at a blank computer screen. Don't despair. You don't have to be a best-selling author to write clearly and effectively. You just need to follow the program in Writing for Business Results. This clear-cut, non-threatening approach gives you the principles you need to make your writing powerful, interesting & relevant to the reader. You'll improve all aspects of your business writing - from memos to e-mails to detailed annual reports by learning how to: Put the "Five C's" of effective writing to work Create a plan for letters, memos & e-mail Keep your messages short & simple Grab your readers with a strong opening line Provide the detail needed to support your writing Apply the Six Principles of The Writer's Edge
  • 1964 Request Info

    Writing for Instructional Design and Training Certificate

    Discover how to use rhetorical writing techniques to articulate your desired training outcomes effectively. Learn through hands-on practice how to write to clarify, simplify, illuminate, and explain. Hone your editing skills so that you can eliminate hyperbole and cut unnecessary words to manage participant cognitive load. Find out how to use tone, point of view, and personality to keep your audience actively engaged.
  • 1965 Request Info

    Writing in the Regulated Environment When English Is Your Second Language

    Course Description - Course runs 9:00 to 5:00 both days This course presents a comprehensive overview of the structure of American English to give non-native writers of English the tools they need to produce clear, complete, and comprehensive documents. Participants will learn about English within the context of the type of writing the therapeutic products industry requires. The course covers the structure of the language and how to control the individual components, as well as the choices writers have in delivering messages. The course also addresses specific aspects of English that are problematic for individual participants. Attendees should come prepared with specific questions they want answered during the course.
  • 1966 Request Info

    Writing Policies & Procedures

    Writing Policies & Procedures/SOPs • Requirements/Guidelines for Policies and Procedures/SOPs • Writing/Development Process & Project Reporting • Policies and Procedures Identification and Job Task Analysis • Writing Readable Policies • Planning for Policies and Procedures • Keeping the manual to a manageable/usable size • Policy and Procedure Format and Layout • Review and Editing Policy and Procedure Drafts • File Naming and Storage of Policies and Procedures • Management of Policies and Procedures • Types of Policy and Procedure Manuals – What is needed by your organization • Practical Practice and Writing/Drafting
  • 1967 Request Info

    Writing Powerful Proposals

    Contract/project-winning strategies: anticipating decision makers' concerns; ensuring a clear, credible, compelling presentation; demonstrating RFP responsiveness, capabilities, criticality; customizing bios/boilerplate. Manual.
  • 1968 Request Info

    Writing Skills for Technical Professionals

    +Writing for Technical Professionals: Preparation and Planning +Writing for Technical Professionals: Effective Writing Techniques
  • 1969 Request Info

    Writing Skills for Technical Professionals

    +Writing for Technical Professionals: Preparation and Planning +Writing for Technical Professionals: Effective Writing Techniques
  • 1970 Request Info

    Writing Validation Master Plans, Best Practices for Writing a Compliant Document

    This webinar will discuss the major components of Validation Master Plans. It will discuss how the VMP is different from Validation SOPs
  • 1971 Request Info

    Writing White Papers

    Participants learn how to (1) select topics, keep an idea file; (2)structure White Papers, define an angle; (3)use White Paper formulas; (4)select illustrations; (5)increase readability, ensure clarity. Resource manual.
  • 1972 Request Info

    Written business communication

    All forms of written business communication - learn to get your true message across and develop a crisp, concise style of writing.
  • 1973 Request Info

    Your Organization's Culture: If you Don't Get It Right, Nothing Else Matters

    The TrainHR Course is approved by HRCI and SHRM Recertification Provider. Overview: Get on a Southwest flight to anywhere, buy shoes from Zappos.com, pants from Nordstrom, groceries from Whole Foods, anything from Costco, a Starbucks espresso, or a Double-Double from In and Out, and you'll get a taste of these brands vibrant cultures.
  • 1974 Request Info

    Your Organization's Culture: If you Don't Get It Right, Nothing Else Matters

    This webinar will show how you can get a good read on the health of your culture, Culture is one of the most important business drivers that has to be intentionally set and periodically adjusted to push long-term, sustainable success, The workplace culture can enable a company's success.
  • 1975 Request Info

    Your Words Matter: Navigating the Hazards of Social Media, Texts & Emails

    Social Media. Text Messages. Emails. It's never been easier to communicate. And it's never been more potentially hazardous. Now there is a video that can help every employee understand and navigate these hazards. "Your Words Matter" will help increase awareness of the importance of written communication. Every member of your team will learn basic guidelines for avoiding common mistakes and for communicating in a clear and effective manner. KEY LEARNING POINTS Your Messages Matter! Think before you hit "reply all." Watch out for autofill. Your Tone Matters! People may misinterpret the tone of your communication. Learn how to avoid these pitfalls. Your Privacy Matters! Social media is not private. Learn lessons for handing social media. Your Reputation Matters! What you say electronically can affect you or your business. Learn how to manage your communications effectively. For information on the DVD Visit: http://www.enterprisemedia.com/product/01277/your-words-matter/