Writing Tips with Ken O’Quinn; Lunchtime Teleseminar on February 21

Staff Photo by Gordon Chibroski, Friday, January 27, 2006: Ken O'Quinn of Cape Elizabeth is a professional teacher of business writing skills and has written a book called, "Perfect Phrases for Business Letters."

Whether you’re a seasoned writer, a young writer fresh out of college, or someone who occasionally writes for work, everyone has the ability to improve their writing skills.
We’re excited to have Ken O’Quinn, writing coach and former Associated Press writer, provide practical tips on how you can improve your writing during a lunchtime teleseminar.

By attending the teleseminar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Make the most of an opening paragraph, in a story or an email.
  • Write crisp, clear prose: three places where you can tighten sentences.
  • Find good color: engaging readers with specific details.
  • Rise above the mediocrity: Crafting sentences for variety, rhythm, and emphasis.
  • Use graphic elements to make information more accessible.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
12 p.m. – 1 p.m. ET
Teleseminar

Fee:

  • IABC members and students: $10
  • Non-members: $20

Registrants will receive login information.

Register here!

About Ken O’Quinn:

Ken O’Quinn is a professional writing coach whose workshops have helped thousands of communicators strengthen their writing skills. He started Writing with Clarity following a journalism career with the Associated Press and newspapers, and he now conducts internal workshops for such clients as Facebook, GE, Dell, Chevron, Campbell’s Soup, KPMG, Motorola, Dow Chemical, Fleishman Hillard, Burson-Marsteller, and Weber Shandwick. Ken has presented at the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) international conferences, and his writing has appeared in the New York Times, Fast Company magazine, the Harvard Management Communication Letter, and the Journal of Employee Communication Management. He is the author of Perfect Phrases for Business Letters.

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