Effective Workplace Writing Workshop

  • June 24, 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Luminarias Restaurant (3500 Ramona Blvd, Monterey Park, CA 91754)
  • 7

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Effective Workplace Writing Workshop

This is an interactive workshop that will focus on how to identify & maximize effective writing skills, while minimizing writing deficits & weakness.

 

Studies have shown that knowing the elements of good business writing can make or break a career. Some of these elements include knowing your audience, punctuation & grammar, and gender-neutral writing. Despite recent trends towards a relaxation of formality in the workplace, it’s always a best practice to remain as professional as possible as it pertains to business writing.

 

 Workshop Benefits:

  •  Understanding the benefits of effective workplace writing
  •  Understanding writing styles
  •  Understanding “formality” as it pertains to business writing
  •  Recognizing the value in improving one’s writing skills

Participants Will:

  •  Identify how to target and convey a message
  •  Explore clear & concise language
  •  Identify precision vs. wordiness
  •  Understanding brevity
  •  Understanding the audience
  •  Learn how to maximize technology to minimize errors

Dimensions To Be Covered:

  •  Writing Style
  •  Business Writing Trends
  •  Industry vs. Company Writing
  •  Organization & Details
  •  Email

Facilitator:  Traci Perry

A Human Resources Professional with over 12 years of experience transcending multiple industries, Traci Perry’s professional knowledge is augmented by real-life experience, and further bolstered by formal education. Thus giving her a unique combination of talent and aptitude that spans the HR gamut.

 

Traci’s in-depth human resources expertise enables her to provide end-to-end solutions to successfully resolve her clients’ challenges, while embracing their overall strengths. She is a world-class infrastructure and highly skilled professional, complete with robust processes, and proprietary workshops designed to meet each clients’ specific needs. This makes her an ideal partner.

 

Today's society and labor force is more complex than ever. Traci works with your organization to cut through this complexity with expertise, excellence and a sophisticated approach that allows her clients to manage, grow and improve both personally & professionally. She optimizes her clients' strengths by leveraging individualized ideas & strategies to maximize and capitalize on their team's unique talents & abilities

 

Traci has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts and Sciences from USC and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. 

Traci is the co-owner of Perspective…Through the Lens and has delivered and facilitated a number of business seminars and workshops across different industries. 

 

Lunch Options:  Chicken or Vegetarian

Free Parking

 

11:30 Registration opens

11:45 Lunch is served 

12:00 Presentation begins

 

Registration:

Please RSVP by June 16, 2016

Register and pay via Paypal by clicking link OR

RSVP to Minerva Gutierrez at mgutierrez@lawa.org (include your lunch option)

 

Cost:

$25.00 Members

$30 Non-Members

Cancellations after June 16, 2016 and/or No-Shows will still be invoiced and payment due.

 

Questions: 

Contact Russ Quan, Vice-President of Programs at (562) 908-4288 x1302

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