The written text is merciless - if it's not structured, clear and concise, the reader quickly loses interest. This way good ideas may not be realized.
During the training day, you will learn:
- how to present your thoughts in a structured and meaningful way
- how to plan the argumentation of the text
- what are the differences between oral and written argumentation
- how to do an analysis of written argumentation
- work with your own document and standard arguments
The aim of the study is to develop the ability to create and defend a clear and structured written message. On the training day, participants work with their own real documents, be it a strategy document, a meeting summary or even an email.
ASK FOR A SOLUTION
"I received good instructions for structuring and optimizing my texts."
"I have to create a new audit report form and it will definitely be useful there. I think about making my work easier and faster. I think more about how someone else sees my work."
"I use my skills in both oral and written argumentation."
"Yes, I use what I have learned quite often. The situation was the presentation of positions to various state institutions in connection with the creation of a new financing framework of the European Union. The learned techniques helped to convey the positions of our organization in precisely formulated arguments."