We've delivered in-house training for Spark, Kiwibank, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Fisher & Paykel Appliances, Greenstone Group, Counties Manukau DIstrict Health Board, Nga Ngaru Hauora o Aotearoa and many other organisations.
Benefits of in-house training include a more personal approach and the opportunity to customise the training to your team.
Pricing is $8250 for up to 10 people and $600 per person after that. For groups of 20 or more, special pricing may be negotiated.
Training can be delivered online or in person, according to your preference. We do not charge extra for in-person training, as we believe it delivers a better result and want to encourage our clients to choose that option.
Ken is a wonderful and engaging trainer and facilitator. He is an expert in succinct and impactful business writing. My team enjoyed the training and the improvements are noticeable from day one! Not only are our reports shorter but the key messages are succinct, enabling quality discussions and driving action. I am really looking forward to inviting Ken back for Part 2!
Christine Young, Chief Audit & Assurance Officer, Kiwibank
Your writing training has made a visible and important difference to our Audit Team. We came to you wanting to reduce the time it took to write our reports, while also improving quality and clarity. We’ve achieved both in a surprisingly short time, and to an even greater extent than I had hoped for.
The benefits include greater productivity, improved staff morale, and – most importantly – the clarity needed for our Executive Team to make important decisions with confidence.
Rob Marshall, Head of Risk and Assurance, Spark
Thanks for running an enjoyable, stimulating and helpful workshop today (yes, lots of adjectives!). The team’s feedback during the day was positive and all commented how it has changed their view of writing at work. That pie chart stimulated lunchtime conversation. From my end, I’m happy you spent time on self-editing skills which is going to help me going forward.
Cathy Cook, Head of Corporate Affairs, Australian Beverages Council