Research shows that people who write using shorter words and sentences appear smarter. Their writing is also easier to engage with. So why do we write board papers with complex sentences and long words? It's in the boardroom that we most want to look smart and engage people, no?
When we’re pressed for time or unsure what to write about, we waffle or resort to jargon. In this session, we’ll help you break out of your communication comfort zone, and write short, sharp papers in a clear and compelling style.
Einstein once advised that everything should be made as simple as possible, not simpler. But when we’re tasked with reporting on complex topics or ideas, this can seem easier said than done. In this session, we’ll share ways to communicate complex messages with clarity.