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Effective Writing in the Federal Government
The ability to prepare clear, concise documents that advocate a position or advance a goal is an essential leadership skill in the Federal Government. Whether you have to produce budget justifications, testimony, performance plans or any number of other documents, each one requires a different style of writing and your success depends on your ability to use them appropriately. In this seminar, experts will teach you how to create a document from scratch. They will review and critique your work and make concrete suggestions for polishing and improving your skills once you return to the workplace.
Effective Writing teaches you the important craft of writing different types of Federal documents targeted for specific audiences
At the Eastern Management Development Center in Shepherdstown, WV (This training facility is 70 miles from Washington, DC in the Blue Ridge Mountains above the Potomac River):
February 25-28, 2013
September 9-12, 2013
At the Western Management Development Center in Aurora, CO (This facility offers a campus-style learning environment convenient to both Denver and the majestic Rocky Mountains):
June 3-6, 2013
Janet White, 304-870-8013,
$3,075 - Lodging and meals are included in the tuition. Lodging starts the evening before the program and is provided the evening the program ends.
HR Technical Competency:
Written Communication; Influencing/Negotiating
Political Savvy; Strategic Thinking; Technology Management
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