Business Writing in English has been identified as one of the greatest skills shortfalls in China, with a huge impact on company reputation and continued business. However, many companies in south China continue to neglect staff training in this vital area. This is two half-day workshops designed for staff to make their business correspondence clearer and more concise, efficient and meaningful, so they can get their key message across and receive the response they want. They will also have practice and feedback opportunities between the two sessions.
In this practical workshop you will learn:
Email culture and etiquette
Appropriate style and tone
How to get your key message across
How to get the response you want
You will leave with some tools that will help you to:
David Butler is from England and has been based in China since 2005. He is Director of Frank Butler Consultants (FBC Training) which provides innovative corporate training throughout greater China. He is also the General Manager of Guangzhou International Dragon Boat Club. Previous positions include Director of a Training Centre in Beijing, Program Manager at China Southern Airlines in Guangzhou and Head of Teacher Training at an Australian University.
Available for BritCham Members（include training on 7th & 14th）
The British Chamber of Commerce Guangdong (BritChamGD) is an independent international organisation in China, helping members with business development, in response to the rapidly growing business links between the UK and Guangdong province. Established in 1996, BritChamGD is one of the most active and influential chambers in the GBA. The Chamber helps over 200 member companies in the South China market connect and grow their businesses. Our membership network is comprised of companies operating in a wide range of sectors and industries, including education and training, hospitality, real estate, manufacturing, business consultancy and many more. Our membership programme helps companies to network with purpose connecting them with relevant business corridors to assist expansion strategies and gain greater market access in the region.