Your writing tips and techniques have saved me over a thousand hours, and made me many thousands of dollars!
Daryl, I completed your Practical Report Writing workshop four years ago, and I’m still using the things you taught me on a daily basis.
Over the last 4 years I estimate your writing tips and techniques have saved me over a thousand hours, and made me many thousands of dollars.
Where previously I would have struggled to structure a document, now I have a simple system that works for any sort of report I have to write (and there are plenty of them!).
Your course is better than anything I learned at University during my Bachelor of Business degree. I really wish I’d had this information during my studies.
If you want to learn how to write reports that are clear, well organized, and that get the attention and praise of your peers … then this could be the most important message you’ve read all year.
And the good news is – your job has just become a lot easier. You’ll soon discover how to write reports that are entertaining and informative … reports that are professionally presented, concise, and a pleasure to read.
And you won’t be sweating bullets about finishing the report as the deadline approaches. No. You’ll soon see the ability to quickly and easily write reports is a skill that can be learned. All you need is a simple formula to follow … a roadmap that’ll keep you on track while side-stepping the pitfalls.
And now it’s never been easier. Here’s how…
My name is Dr Daryl Grant … and for the past 17 years I’ve been teaching the secrets of my Practical Report Writing System to more than 2,500 business people, engineers and project managers across Australia and around the world. People just like you whose job requires them to write the business reports within their organizations. More about Translation Company UK
Let me ask you…
Do you often procrastinate, putting off writing reports because “it’s just too hard”?
Do you have difficulty finding the right words to make your reports clear and easy to understand?
Do you often wonder if there is a better way to structure your reports to give them more impact?
Do you feel that your reports are so complex that no one but you is even going to understand them, let alone act on them?
Do you worry that your poor grammar may make your reports look unprofessional?
Do you often sit staring at a blank computer screen wondering where to start?
Chances are, if you’re anything like my students you would have answered “yes” to many of the questions above.
And it’s not your fault. You see, the trouble is, you never get taught how to write a report that is clear and concise, that gets the results that are intended. And without the proper training, the end result is often confusing at best, and sometimes downright embarrassing. And every one of my students has faced the same frustrations as you – because they were never taught a structured, logical process to make report writing easy.
I’m constantly amazed when I go into organizations to train managers and staff in report writing, at the number of reports I see that are:
lengthy and complex – they are hard to read, hard to understand, and seldom get implemented
full of grammatical errors – they look unprofessional and they are hard to follow
poorly laid out – they are confusing and sometimes down-right dangerous
just plain boring.
And people tell me things like :
“I dread writing reports. I just don’t know where to start.”
“Report writing takes me so long to do.”
“I want my reports to be clearer, more logical, and easier to read and understand. But I wasn’t taught how to do that at university.”
“I’m never sure if my reports are good enough – will the boss like it?”
“My reports are so technical. I’m worried that no one will understand them – that is if they even read them.”
“I write procedures for people to follow. Often there are safety issues. How can I be sure that my procedures are clear and accurate, so people use them and no one gets hurt?”
“Is there an ‘accepted’ way to write this report? Will I look stupid if I don’t follow the norm?”
“How do I make my reports look more professional?”
“English is my second language. I want to be more confident that my reports are well written and easy to understand.”
What does surprise people is that these problems are actually quick and easy to overcome.
Here’s what writing over 1,700 reports, and teaching over 2,500 people has taught me about writing powerful reports:
All you have to do is apply a proven, structured, step-by-step process, and follow a few simple rules. That’s it. There’s nothing mysterious about it. Just follow the formula and you can easily produce powerful documents time after time. Documents which get read, get action and get you the results you want. It really is this simple.
The Practical Report Writing System
This exclusive and powerful system is packed with ingenious, proven and practical techniques. In the system, you get:
- A step-by-step, logical process that makes report writing a breeze. Never again will you sit in front of a blank screen wondering where to start.
- A simple set of rules to make your writing clearer and easier to understand. You’ll be amazed at how much more impact your reports will have.
- Tips on report structure and layout, so your reports look professional and are easier to navigate.
- Examples of good and bad writing, so you can see exactly how to apply the system to real reports.
- Tips on how to present your report to an audience, either face to face or in written form, for maximum impact.
This system makes it super-easy to understand some of the most powerful techniques available for writing compelling reports. The information it contains has been adapted from my highly successful Practical Report Writing Workshop, which is especially written for business people, engineers and project managers.
I’ve taken all of the best information in that workshop—which has been honed and refined over the past 17 years—and packed it into an easy-to-use, step-by-step,
self-paced report writing course.
The manual is packed with examples of good and bad writing, exercises (and suggested answers), hot tips, short cuts, and of course the practical, step-by-step writing process.