Ethos Professional Communication offers a range of programs to help your team members practice, refine, and strengthen effective workplace communication strategies. Through interactive presentations, discussions, and exercises, participants will learn communication strategies they can apply immediately in their daily work; hands-on opportunities enable participants to practice these strategies in comfortable, supportive, dynamic, risk-free environments.
Below is an annotated list of readily available programs that can be brought to your facilities:
How to Write Memos, Letters, and Emails That Work: A Crash Course in Business Writing. Geared toward individuals who find themselves spending too much time thinking about what and how to write in their daily correspondence, this one-day session offers a crash course in how to create concise, organized, reader-friendly messages that project a professional image in various contexts.
Professional Writing for Results: Strategies for Writing Workplace Documents with Impact. Whether you’re planning to enter the work force or have been writing on the job for years, this full-day seminar offers a crash course in writing effective memos, letters, e-mails, and other workplace documents in minimal time. Focusing on the principles of win-win communication, this seminar examines ways to generate and organize reader-friendly, positive, concise, and precise informative and persuasive messages.
Professional Writing for Busy Professionals: How to Jumpstart Your Effectiveness in Business Writing. If you write on the job, this half-day seminar highlights techniques for generating, organizing, and formatting common workforce messages–in minimal time. Focusing on the principles of win-win communication, this seminar also includes core components of Ethos Professional Communication’s foundation course, which introduces the underlying philosophy of mutually rewarding correspondence for all participants.
Professional Writing in Plain English: Strategies for Sharpening Your Workplace Communication. For those who know the basics of writing business documents, here’s an opportunity to learn and practice techniques that can polish and enhance your messages. This seminar introduces style-oriented elements that, when used effectively, can lead to precise, concise, and professional documents. Focusing on the principles of win-win communication, this seminar also includes core components of Ethos Professional Communication’s foundation course, which introduces the underlying philosophy of mutually rewarding correspondence for all participants.
Winning Résumés and Cover Letters: Writing Application Materials that Get Results. Although hundreds of books and software programs offer “successful” cover letters and résumés that prospective job applicants can model, these “plug-n’-chug” application documents do little to showcase the talents an individual could offer an organization. Recognizing the increasing need for job applicants to present unique contributions and abilities to prospective employers, this full-day seminar offers strategies for replacing commonplace, generic cover letters and résumés with documents that highlight what you can offer an organization—in ways that stand out to potential employers.
Incorporating and Enhancing Ethos in Professional Communication: Strategies for Audience-Friendly Messages. Serving as Ethos Professional Communication’s foundation course, this seminar examines the underlying philosophy of mutually rewarding correspondence for all participants. Whereas other Ethos programs offer a synopsis of this material, this seminar presents the unabridged discussion of win-win principles for generating the most audience-attentive, positive, and powerful messages.
All of these programs can be tailored to your organization’s needs. Ethos Professional Communication can also design and develop organization-specific seminars to accommodate your team’s communication interests. For information about bringing one of these programs to your organization, please contact Ethos Professional Communication.