Effective Business Writing

¥51,999
Course Code: BWT101
End Date: 2023/3/31 Day: Fri Time: 19:10-21:00 Hours: 20 Sessions: 10 Semester: Spring Medium of Instruction: English Location: Online

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Course Description

This course covers the correct format, content, and organization of the most commonly used business letters and correspondence. The course will address formal and informal writing styles, and how to effectively communicate in various business related scenarios. These include, informing, inquiring, advising, inviting, checking understanding, negotiating, and complaining. Participants will work through both best practices and common mistakes. Participants should walk away from the course feeling confident in their ability to effectively communicate via writing in variety of business related situations. This course is ideal for those who may have recently joined a company or department that requires more frequent communication in English. It is suitable for those who have a general understanding of English grammar and how to write simple emails, and want to learn new phrases, expand their vocabulary, and write more clear and concise emails.

Learning Objectives

1. To write emails, memos and reports in a professional and concise manner.
2. To understand how to structure and organize your business writing to be effective so you receive replies. 3. To improve your business vocabulary and grammar to manage difficult situatio.

Who should take this course

Those who want to write in English more clearly, concisely and logically.
English Level: Intermediate to High-Intermediate

Textbook

Email English

Instructor

Antonella Saulle

Instructor Biography

Prior to financial futures trading, Antonella worked at various investment banks in their Global Markets divisions, originating, marketing, and structuring various derivatives transactions in multiple assets. She worked for Societe Generale, BNP Paribas, HSBC and Mizuho in New York, Paris and London and her expertise in risk management and derivatives led her to cover both corporate and institutional clients. She holds a BA from Fordham University in New York and a degree in Law from the College of Law and BPP Law in London. She has also attended various management courses at IMD Business School in Lausanne, Switzerland. Her two decades of experience in the financial markets includes dealing with all asset classes (FX, Equity, Fixed ncome, Credit, Weather Derivatives, and Life Settlements). Antonella started her career at the brokerage division of the Man Group in New York where she was focusing on marketing Fixed Income products to French Institutional clients. At HSBC she ran the Multi-Asset derivatives desk and focused on the European Institutional clientele.
Antonella is now focusing her efforts on establishing herself in Asia and is based in Tokyo, Japan.