Workshop:
Boost Up Your Business Planning Skills

Are you unsure of what to do when you are asked to write a business plan? Or do your business plans often fail to achieve their objectives? This course will give you the skills and confidence to create simple business plans that are realistic, effective and credible.

An effective business plan ensures that everyone in the team or department is committed to the same goals and objectives. The process of drawing up a business plan gives an opportunity for business leaders to make an appraisal of the current situation, identify options for the future, set a strategic direction and communicate how these targets will be met.

The business plan also provides a framework for action and a yardstick against which to manage performance and measure progress.

Is it for me?

This course is designed for managers and team members who wish to boost their business planning and writing skills and make sure that the plans they write get noticed and actioned. However, it will also be of interest to anyone who needs to contribute to the business planning process.

Benefits

During this course you will learn:

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Speed Reading

Mind Mapping

Making the Most of Your Memory

Effective Business Writing

Effective Report Writing

Effective Minute Writing

Grammar on the Rocks™

Proofreading for Business Success

Boost Up Your Business Planning Skills

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Speed Reading for Success

Effective Business Writing for Success

Memory and Learning for Success

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