Winning words: writing to engage and influence
Sophisticated copy is vital in today's business world, whether it is for an external or internal audience.This advanced course will give you the tools to write more powerfully and with greater influence. Learn how great writers and leaders use words to inspire and motivate. The course will help you to lift the intensity of your writing and engage your audiences, whether online or in print.
What you will learn
Structuring your words for maximum impact
Winning minds through logical argument
Understanding the psychology of persuasion
Winning hearts through powerful writing
Who should attend?
Communications, marketing and public relations professionals; leaders who want to use words more powerfully; those writing speeches and thought leadership material; those responsible for generating sophisticated content for internal and marketing purposes. This advanced writing course is for good writers who want to increase their emotive and persuasive power.
Tony Spencer-Smith, award-winning author and business writing trainer.
Call us to find out more about this course
We hold public sessions of Winning words: writing to engage and influence, and can also organise an in-house group session any time that is convenient for you. Call Tony Spencer-Smith at 02 4308-9152 or email him to discuss your workshop requirements.
“I found Winning words: writing to engage and influence highly engaging and relevant to my work. It gave me insights into the bigger picture structure of writing, as well as then homing in on a more detailed theory of sentence structure and word use. The course made me think more imaginatively and strategically about my writing and I feel like it has given me tools to make me a more effective communicator.” Caroline Stanley, Public Affairs Specialist, Virgin Australia.
"I found Winning words: writing to engage and influence a constantly engaging course. The material was presented in a concise and lively way, and there were great examples and exercises. I learnt many ways to make my writing more persuasive.”
Lachlan McKenzie, Senior Public Affairs Officer, NSW Department of Planning & Environment.
“Thank you for conducting such a refreshing workshop. I thoroughly enjoyed Winning Words: writing to engage and influence and have been challenged to invigorate my corporate writing and halt the slow slide into wordsmithing laziness! My team has already leapt to the challenge and we’re drafting fresh new articles and media releases which are more engaging and persuasive.”
Kirsty Stewart, Communications Specialist, Infrastructure, Unitywater, Maroochydore, Queensland.