Published: December, 2021
Effective writing has four characteristics: Clarity, conciseness, attention to detail, and readability. This Online CPE webinar covers two of these important topics in writing that you can benefit from.
Sprawling sentences can feel overwhelming. Many times it makes it harder for the reader to quickly identify the main point of what you’re trying to communicate. At times, it is also boring. Concise writing helps grab and hold the reader’s attention. It also makes the writing more memorable and impactful for the reader. Moreover, it has been observed that in general, clients and colleagues prefer brevity over verbosity.
Although paying attention to details seems like an obvious skill, but in technical writing it is tricky. Using fewer words in legal and professional writing is not easy as it sounds. With this skill acquired, you ensure maintaining efficiency, increasing your productivity, and reducing the chances of errors, making your job easier. This is the reason attention to detail is a key skill.
With conciseness and attention to detail skills mastered, your communication will be easy and to the point for your readers, and you will gain the trust on your competency.
This Communication Online CPE webinar covers the following Key Topics:
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President, Write To Excite
Ryan Standil leads training programs about effective written communication. The goal of the programs is to teach participants how to view their own writing from the perspective of their readers.
Before he became a writing instructor, Ryan worked at a law firm in Toronto, Ontario.
Ryan attended Western University, in London, Ontario, where he graduated from the HBA program at the Ivey Business School and the JD program at the Faculty of Law.
Today, Ryan delivers presentations at many of the leading organizations in North America, such as Dentons, RBC, and Clear Law Institute.
Write To Excite offers seminars on how to be a great writer.The seminars are provided to five types of audiences: