Business writing is required for a number of industries and disciplines and should address varied concerns of differing audiences. Business writing has to be efficient, has to convey complex ideas in a simple manner, and should be artistically written. Achieving all these can be quite a challenge for many in the profession of business writing.
Business reporting requirements depend on several factors such as:
- The culture of the particular industry for which it is being written
- The business purpose for which the writing is being done
- The concerns of the audience and the discipline for which the writing is made, such as Accounting, compliance, legal, marketing, production, Sales, etc.
A learning session on honing business writing skills
A webinar that offers a deep toolbox for writing a broad range of comprehensive business reports through a fluid process is being organized by TrainHR, a highly popular provider of professional trainings for the human resources industry. At this webinar, the speaker, Philip Vassallo, who has taught writing and presentation skills at the graduate and undergraduate university levels, will demonstrate to participants how to develop business writing skills that ensure clarity and conciseness based on what is called the ESP method: Efficiency, Sufficiency and Proficiency.
To enroll for this webinar, which has been approved for 1.5 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR, PHR, PHRca, SPHR, GPHR, PHRi and SPHRi recertification through HR Certification Institute (HRCI); all that you need to do is to log on to http://bit.ly/2e0SMJw
All the elements of business writing
Elaborating on the purpose and art of effective business writing, Philip will focus on how those who are transitioning to a new job and a need to create templates for complex reporting requirements can work on these requirements. This session is particularly useful for those whose management requires them to use templates that are used in the industry, or those whose work requires them to report in situations that do not follow a generalized approach to writing, and for those who are new to writing business reports.
Philip will teach participants of this webinar how to:
- Write with ESP: efficiency, sufficiency, and proficiency
- Develop a full range of work-related reports efficiently
- Revise cohesively to support the purpose of the report
- Edit skillfully with clarity, conciseness, and correctness