Why ENERGISE YOUR EMAILS?
Ariel Australia is launching it’s brand new STRATEGIC WRITING suite of virtual programs for 2021.
We would like to invite you to join us at our exclusive invitation-only client event to experience a short 60 minute taste test of one of our programs.
Despite rumours you may have heard of email being dead, it’s very much alive. In fact, a whopping 86% of professionals prefer email over other forms of communication. And in the current virtual working environment, the ability to deliver effective email communication in the workplace, is only increasing in importance as an essential business skill.
The importance of an energised email
Checking email is a huge part of most professionals’ workdays, but our inboxes are overflowing with vague, confusing, and even unnecessary messages. Emails must clarify requests, address questions, and get their point across—all while not wasting either the reader’s or writer’s time.
Why you should attend
If you are in a role charged with ensuring people at every level in your organisation are effectively communicating, then you should come along to explore the possibilities energised email skills provide.
What you will learn
We want you to leave with tangible takeaways in this 60 minute session. Our focus on this session will be to help you better plan how you write emails so your readers will be more likely to read it, respond as you would like and have the impact and outcomes you desire.
Why this over others?
Ariel’s Strategic Writing Programs have been developed over the last 30 years by Deborah Dumaine of Better Communications. It is reflected in her bestselling book Write to the Top Deborah successfully built and led Better Communications to be the #1 Business Writing company in the US. It was acquired by Ariel in 2016 and we have further developed our offering. It has been rolled out by many corporations and is considered by many as the gold standard of business writing program. We are proud to now offer this in Australia.
“A whopping 86% of professionals prefer email over other forms of communication”
Thursday 4th March | 10am – 11am
Online session. The link will be provided on registration.