Terra L. Fletcher will be teaching Written Communication at Prevea University. Classes will be invite only for Prevea employees. Sessions will take place Tuesday September 27, Wednesday October 5, and Thursday November 17.
Prevea Health is a physician-owned, multi-specialty clinic offering primary and specialized health care to patients throughout Northeast Wisconsin and in Western Wisconsin in the Chippewa Valley. Prevea Health is dedicated to improving the overall health of the community, and providing quality, specialty care close to home.
Terra L. Fletcher has a decade of experience in business development and marketing consultancy. She has presented 100 workshops, panels, and classes on communication. Terra is an adjunct instructor at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, teaches communication at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, and was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year (2012). Terra has trained the National Association of Tax Professionals, the American Counseling Association, the National Chimney Sweep Guild, Wisconsin Plastics, Prevea Health, and Georgia Pacific.
About the Class
You can be brilliant without being a good writer, but do your recipients understand your emails? Are you able to persuade people with your writing or are you often asked for clarification? Is poor writing preventing you from getting a well-deserved promotion?
Find out just how easy it is to get started, organize your thoughts and present your message. We’ll review the purpose and goals of business documents and common workplace communication including texting and protocols. You’ll learn to achieve your intended purpose (inform, request, complain, and/or persuade). We’ll identify and correct writing weaknesses and bad habits; we won’t make you memorize the parts or speech or components of a paragraph.
This is a practical workshop; attendees will leave with tips to help them with their individual needs. Participants are invited to bring sample letters, memos, emails, proposals, or other written communication. Enhance your communication skills and build more productive working relationships for yourself and your organization.
• Write, review, and edit documents more efficiently
• Identify and correct writing weaknesses and bad habits
• Discover ways to better organize information
• Use consistent formats and standards