July 12, 2018 1:30 - 3:00 pm ET
Writing in Teams
How to write a dynamic proposal and avoid killing each other
The proposal is due on Friday. The Project Manager knows what she has to write, but doesn’t have time right now. The subconsultant sent over some nasty boilerplate that seems anything but relevant. And the Marketing team is desperately trying to pull it all together while someone keeps talking about a ‘consistent voice,’ whatever that’s supposed to be!
Before you tear out what little hair you have left, take a deep breath and register for ‘Writing in Teams: How to write a dynamic proposal and avoid killing each other”
In just 90 minutes you’re going to learn a process by which you can get everyone cooperating, contributing the highest and best of their talents and put out the top-notch proposal you dream about. Oh, and be home in time for supper too!
In this fast-paced, examples-packed session, you'll find out how to meet the challenges that arise when technical professionals work with marketers and business developers -- particularly if one group or the other has a veto! Who should do what, when to insist and when to back off, where to go for feedback, and why empathetic editing often saves the day.
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