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Ten Tips That Will Get Employees to Read What You Write
Monday 06/29/2020 07:30 AM - 08:30 AM Add to calendar
| Competencies: Communication, Leadership & Navigation
Workplace Application:
Stop repeating yourself and get people to want to hear what you have to say through better writing skills. 

You're constantly reminding, nudging, and nagging employees to do the things that you need them to do or stop doing things you need them to stop. You're exhausted from the questions you've explained in your email. Imagine a world where employees want to hear everything you have to say. How can you change the pattern and get them to want to read what you've written? In this fast-paced session, we'll cover ten things you can do to get others to read what you write. You don't need to do all ten all the time, but just a few subtle shifts can increase your response rate, save time, and improve everyone's attitude. In this session, you'll get a chance to practice your new skills through interactive writing exercises.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify reasons why employees don't read communications.
  • Evaluate gaps in communications channels and expectations.
  • Develop specific writing skills to improve communication.
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Robert Bogue, President,
Thor Projects
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Terri Bogue, Chief Operations Officer,
Thor Projects