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Business Communication Certificate Program

at American Management Association - Arlington 2345 Crystal Dr Suite 200, Arlington, Virginia 22202

Apply well-honed communication techniques to navigate common work challenges. This distinctive certificate program incorporates skill practice, role-play activities and real-time feedback to help you take your communication skills to the next level. Using real-life workplace scenarios in a supportive environment, you’ll practice communicating with...

Wednesday Aug 10th, 9am - 4:30pm Eastern Time

  (3 sessions)
$2,845

3 sessions

Expanding Your Influence: Understanding the Psychology

at American Management Association - Arlington 2345 Crystal Dr Suite 200, Arlington, Virginia 22202

Expanding Your Influence: Understanding the Psychology of Persuasion Bringing about the reaction you want from others and expanding your influence require insights that go beyond the actual process of influencing—and into the psychology of what truly prompts us to say yes or no. This 2-day influencer training explores these psychological triggers,...

Monday Sep 12th, 9am - 4:30pm Eastern Time

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AMA's 2-Day Business Writing Workshop

at American Management Association - Arlington 2345 Crystal Dr Suite 200, Arlington, Virginia 22202

Would you like a quick and easy method for composing documents—letters, memos, reports, proposals and performance appraisals—in an organized format? This business writing workshop provides you with basic formats and formulas for tackling any kind of writing task—and communicating to your readers what they need to know. You’ll streamline...

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$2,295

2 sessions

Playwriting from the Gut

at Theatre Lab - Penn Quarter 733 8th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20001

An interactive workshop that covers many aspects of playwriting, including characterization, dialogue, stage directions, plot, script formats, and marketing. Using improvisation, theater games, and speed-writing, students will find new ways to write and revise their scripts. By the final class, all students will have written a 10-minute play, which...

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$310

6 sessions

Playwriting: Structure

at The Writer's Center - Bethesda 4508 Walsh St, Bethesda, Maryland 20815

This workshop will focus on organizational principles at work in structuring a stage play. During this one day class, participants will take a close look at Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, and watch selections from the film version to better understand structure, character, and exposition.  In addition, writers will look at screenwriting...

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$135

Business Case Writing

at Knowledgehut - Downtown, Washington, D.C. Exact Location TBD, Washington, District of Columbia 20006

Corporate strategy execution depends upon developing and implementing the best solution in the workplace. Success factors however, rely upon basing the solution on the right requirements, drawn from a sound and robust Business Case. A well crafted business case document outlines the rationale for undertaking a business project. It should be a formal,...

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$799

Playwriting: Exposition

at The Writer's Center - Bethesda 4508 Walsh St, Bethesda, Maryland 20815

What does your audience need to know and when do they need to know it? You only have a couple of hours (often less) to tell a story onstage, so there isn’t much time for providing back stories. In this workshop participants will consider various strategies for managing exposition and look at examples in historical contexts to better understand how...

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$50

Blogging Like a Boss

at General Assembly - Online GA Washington D.C. (Remote Online), Washington, District of Columbia 00000

Build your blogging prowess with this practical workshop. Blogging is very popular with businesses, entrepreneurs, creatives and individuals alike because it allows you to express yourself, educate customers, sell a message and share your knowledge. The beauty today is that you can use words, photographs, videos and even podcasts to be found and...

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$40

Business Writing Essentials

at National Seminars Training Washington

How to make your point clearly and concisely. Program Description: If you’re like most managers, every day you receive hundreds of new emails, memos, messages and reports. You can’t afford to spend a lot of time on any one single item, because you’d never get anything else done! So you understand the importance of communicating important information...

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$199

Persuasive Business Writing

at National Seminars Training Washington

Make your business writing clear and convincing. Program Description: How convincing is your writing? Does it change people’s minds? Get them to act? Imagine ... a colleague receives an email from you suggesting a complicated procedure change. He or she immediately responds: “What a great idea. Let’s do it.” Or a customer or vendor who’s...

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$199

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Writing War

at The Writer's Center - Bethesda 4508 Walsh St, Bethesda, Maryland 20815

In honor of Veterans Day, please join us for an evening with writers and editors of the literary journal O-Dark-Thirty which features prose and poetry written by military servicemembers, veterans, and their families.  Come hear select readings by contributors and a panel discussion with editors and others involved in working with this...

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Free

Picture-Writing, Hieroglyphics, Cuneiform-Word

at Yellow Barn Studio - Bethesda 7300 MacArthur Blvd, Washington, District of Columbia 20812

Celebrate "visible speech” writing language as Art. Create serious whimsical beautiful communication works of Art. Explore word pictures, signs, and letter forms from ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt. Draw and paint your words as a strong design by the world’s oldest signs for syllables and alphabet letters. A fun, fast-moving journey back through...

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$325

8 sessions

Playwriting: Intermediate/Advanced

at The Writer's Center - Bethesda 4508 Walsh St, Bethesda, Maryland 20815

This workshop is intended for anyone looking to sharpen their playwriting skills in a workshop setting. Participants are encouraged to explore their writing through ten-minute plays, one-acts, or full-length plays. The focus of the workshop will be on reading and responding to each other’s work using feedback strategies outlined by the instructor....

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$360

8 sessions

Introduction to Business and Report Writing

at Learning Tree International - Herndon 13650 Dulles Technology Dr Ste #175, Herndon, Virginia 20171

Today’s technology has made everyone in the workplace a writer — leaving your reputation and success increasingly dependent on how well you communicate. In this training course, you gain foundational knowledge in business writing, and leverage effective writing tools to create contract proposals, business plans, executive summaries, recommendation...

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$2,650

3 sessions

The Facts of Fiction

at The Writer's Center - Bethesda 4508 Walsh St, Bethesda, Maryland 20815

This workshop is for writers who want to use real-life characters and/or true events in their fiction. Each writer will come to class with the noted character or event they would like to novelize, and explore the nexus between journalism and novel-writing. This workshop will discuss how journalistic principles may apply as the writer researches a...

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$270

8 sessions

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