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Give the board what they need with clear, concise and compelling report writing

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Writing exceptional board reports

Who is it for?
Any team who write or contribute to reports for the board, in any department.

Non-native English speakers on your team? See if our course is suitable.

What level is it for?
Any level. We tailor the content to meet participants’ needs, communications and backgrounds.

When and where
Date arranged around you. We can train at your site, anywhere in the world, or train your team remotely online.

Course length
Flexible, typically one day.

Delegates
We can train from four people up to your entire organisation. Each session has a maximum of ten delegates. (Why only ten?)

Not exactly what you were looking for?
No problem. We can combine elements from any of our courses to fit your needs exactly.

Your course can also be part of a blended programme that will support your team in changing their writing for good.

Cost
The cost will depend on a few different factors. See how our pricing works here.

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Your board steers your organisation – and they make crucial decisions based on information and recommendations you and your team supply in a board report.

But poorly written reports full of unnecessary detail risk going unread and wasting your team’s time and effort. This course will give anyone writing or contributing to board reports the techniques they need to make sure this doesn’t happen. We’ll tailor the training materials using real examples from your organisation, which means you can be confident the training will be targeted and relevant.

A key feature of this course is that all delegates receive our unique pre-course writing analysis. This covers 15 different areas of writing skills and helps us ensure the training meets the delegates’ precise writing needs.

By the end of the training, attendees will be able to:

profile your board of directors and identify what information is crucial to the report – and what to leave out
build a logical structure to communicate ideas clearly and succinctly
write executive summaries that get their message or case across – even if board members read no further
present technical information, data and assessments of risk so they’re meaningful for all readers
create consistent documents, even with multiple contributors 
use correct grammar and punctuation to avoid any embarrassing mistakes
write in your organisation’s tone of voice.

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