October 31, 2014

Ann Wylie’s Writing workshops

Build your team’s skills with Ann’s Wylie’s writing workshops

Ann Wylie's writing workshops

“A semester’s worth of knowledge in a few hours.”
— Amy Kappler, 
communications specialist, Burgess and Niple
Find out what others say about Ann’s writing workshops
  1. Plan your program.
  2. Build the foundation.
  3. Develop additional skills.
  4. Go to grad school.
  5. Keep improving.

1. Plan your program.

Bring Ann in for a:

  • Three- or four-day communicators’ university
  • Two-day graduate course
  • Full-day (six-hour) seminar
  • Half-day (three-hour) workshop
  • Short (1.5-hour) session

2. Build the foundation.

We strongly recommend that you begin with Ann’s foundation class, Catch Your Readers. In this class, experienced writers and beginners alike will learn current best practices for writing clear, well-organized, persuasive copy that reaches skimmers as well as readers.

Catch Your Readers: Write Copy That Sells

Write more persuasive, engaging, accessible copy with Ann’s most popular one-day workshop:

Only have three hours? Choose Ann’s most popular half-day workshop: Think Like a Reader and Cut Through the Clutter.

3. Develop additional skills.

Once your team members have taken Ann’s foundation workshop, develop new skills with these programs:

Web Writing Boot Camp: Reach Readers Online

Reach readers online with this one-day workshop:

Only have three hours? Choose from Ann’s most popular half-day Web writing workshops: Write for the Web OR Write for Social Media.

Creative Writing Boot Camp: Engage Readers

Bring your copy to life with analogy, anecdote, wordplay and other creative techniques with this one-day workshop:

Only have three hours? Choose Ann’s most popular half-day creative writing workshop: Make Your Copy More Creative.

PR Writing Boot Camp: Get the Word Out

Get the word out through media and blogger relations with this one-day workshop:

Only have three hours? Choose Ann’s most popular half-day PR writing workshop: Think Like a Reporter and NOT Your Father’s News Release.

Tight Writing Boot Camp: Cut Through the Clutter

Reach all your readers with this one-day workshop:

Only have three hours? Choose Ann’s most popular half-day tight writing workshop: Write for Readability and Cut Through the Clutter.

4. Go to grad school.

Once you’ve taken the class, get Ann’s feedback with these writing reviews.  NOTE: These workshops requires prerequisites and are available only for in-house programs.

5. Keep improving.

After a writing workshop, continue to polish your communications with:

Take the next step.

Ready to bring Ann in for a workshop? Contact Ann for details.