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Writing with Clarity
Join 19 participants and experience high-quality learning

Thinking clearly is the most important thing you do at work. If you can think clearly then you can write clearly, which is essential to ensuring your audience understands your message or ideas. Writing which is vague, repetitive and unclear is ineffective and runs the risk of losing the key message and confusing your reader. This in turn could be the difference in a project/proposal succeeding or failing. This one-day workshop helps you clarify what you want to say or write before you say or write it, focussing on the core skill of conveying complex concepts and issues in a simple way. The session will give you specific, practical techniques for providing your audiences with a concise and clear format, tight and logical structure and an understanding of the purpose and content of your writing as it applies in different contexts. You will also be given the tools to know how to provide your audiences with a clear sense of perspective about your message up front that then makes them curious enough to want to learn more about the detail.

You will benefit by:

  • Getting to the heart of your problem quickly and accuratel
  • Mapping out the architecture of a compelling argument to address your audience’s key concerns
  • Collaborating with colleagues to ensure that all voices are heard and that the integrity of the proposal (or argument) is respected
  • Reducing the re-thinking, re-writing and generally re-working involved in business cases and other corporate reporting processes
  • Developing strong, multi-dimensional and outcomes-focused proposals that drive consistent rates of approval and are presented in an appropriate format
  • receiving specific, practical techniques for providing your audiences with a clear sense of perspective about your message up front that then makes them curious enough to want to listen to your details

Your facilitator


Louise Geoghegan’s expertise focusses on helping companies, both large and small, manage change and communicate clearly and concisely. A senior strategic change specialist – guiding organizations through change to deliver greater productivity, performance and profitability. Louise has been facilitating strategic communication workshops for the past 10 years to boards, executive leadership teams, management teams and others. With more than 20 years’ experience in education, law and change leadership, Louise works with all levels of management to execute firm wide learning and change programs, and provides coaching and advice to people at all levels within the organisation.

Cliftons Sydney
60 Margaret Street
Sydney  NSW  2000

Thursday 14 November 2019

9.00am - 5.00pm

Price (Incl GST)

$960 – Member
$1,110 – Non Member

Bookings are essential, closing Sunday 15 September 2019 (unless sold out prior)

RACMA Leadership & Management Curriculum Framework skills covered in this workshop: