How communicators can channel 3 famous writers

Join us in Chicago for the Writing for Communicators Boot Camp, and start writing like the literary greats.

 

You may not be working on the next “War and Peace,” but being a communicator still requires outstanding writing.

Armed with insights from Jill Pollack and Beth Nyland’s Writing for Communicators Boot Camp, you can have your audience just as enthralled with your work as award-winning novelists.

With their expert guidance, you’ll be able to apply the wisdom of these famous writers to your own work:

1. Ernest Hemingway: “Write drunk; edit sober.”

Maybe you shouldn’t take this advice literally, but as Jill and Beth teach, turning off the critical voice in your head is crucial.

2. Elmore Leonard: “I try to leave out the parts people skip.”

Audiences won’t read long, boring emails. Let Jill and Beth show you how to craft concise, compelling copy.

3. Margaret Atwood: “A word after a word after a word is power.”

With strong writing, the corporate stories you tell can create real change in your organization.

Join Jill and Beth on Feb. 22 in Chicago, and get countless creative ideas to bring out your literary genius. You’ll apply their tips to a piece of your own writing and leave prepared to get attention and action from your audience!

Register here to save $100

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