It takes time and skill to write reports that get results.
This workshop is ideal for anyone who needs to write reports of any description, whether it be for committees or boards or funders or even your boss!
The workshop will equip participants with the skills to structure, write, edit, and present reports that are clear, concise and fit for purpose.
In 90 minutes participants will learn how to write reports for maximum impact by:
- understanding what makes a great report
- knowing the 1-2-3 of good report writing
- being aware of the key question you need to ask yourself when writing a report
- knowing how to write an executive summary.
In this workshop we explore the 3 things all great report writers do and identify what makes an effective report.
Participants are introduced to the 1-2-3 of good report writing (namely accuracy, brevity and clarity) and the effective use of grammar – sentences, paragraphs and punctuation.
Participants learn how to structure a report – where to start, organising the material, using persuasive and powerful words, and eliminating “filler words and phrases”.
The workshop concludes with participants practising writing a brief report.
“It is the function of art to renew our perception. What we are familiar with we cease to see. The writer shakes up the familiar, and , as if by magic we see a new meaning in it”