Specific learning objectives include:
You will spend the first part of the day getting to know participants and discussing what will take place during the workshop. Students will also have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.
To get started, we will look at some basic ways that business writing is different from literary writing.
During this session, we will look at the two major types of proposals: formal and informal.
There are three easy steps to get started on writing a proposal. We will discuss each of them in a lecture.
We will look at some ways to organize and sequence a proposal. Then, participants will apply those methods to a sample proposal.
During this lecture, we will look at indirect and direct proposals. Participants will then work in groups to turn a direct proposal into an indirect proposal.
This session will explore some basic editing techniques, including the readability index.
During this session, we will look at some final touches that can jazz up your presentation.
Often, you will need to greet people before and/or your presentation. This session will offer some tips on a key element of your greeting: the handshake.
We will offer participants some preparation tips. Then, participants will be asked to prepare a brief presentation on the spot.
During this session, we will explore five keys to success through a lecture and small group work.
This session will help participants dress for success.
Many presenters find the question and answer period difficult to manage. This brief lecture will offer some easy tips on dealing with questions.
To wrap up the day, each participant will give a two to three minute presentation.
At the end of the day, students will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.