Business English Report Writing Training

The ability to communicate clearly is an important skill. Many of today’s interpersonal communication take place through writing.

Learn how to structure high impact summaries that appeal to the emotions of your readers and convince them of the value of your recommendations.

Increase the clarity of your English report writing and deliver your message as quickly and clearly as possible while keeping the ideal tone to convince your reader and keep him engaged

High Impact Summaries
  • How to structure executive summaries?

  • How to plan summaries to get best results?

  • Which areas need more focus and are read more frequently?

Selling Your Ideas
  • How to write to sell?

  • How to structure your text to convince your audience of your cause

  • How to appeal to emotions?

Writing Titles that Grab Attention

  • How to use proven formulas used by mass media to create engaging titles?

  • How to create catchy or descriptive headlin

Collecting and Organising Content

  • What is the most effective way to prepare content for writing reports?

  • How to exploit the visual power of your brain through mind maps and organise your content?

  • How to increase your creativity using simple yet powerful tools and techniques?

Using Clear English

  • How to increase the clarity of your English using simpler sentence structures?

  • How to use action verbs?

  • How to warm up the reader before explaining potentially complex topics

Increasing the Impact through Language

  • How to deliver your message as quickly and clearly as possible?

  • What are the common techniques employed by professional writers in delivering an engaging text?

  • How to make your message viral?

  • How to avoid vague writing that can lead to misunderstanding?

  • How to use technical terms to serve your message?

  • What is an ideal tone to convince a reader and keep him engaged?

  • How to sequence your statements to make them more convincing?

Collecting the Information

  • Distinguishing fact from opinion

  • Precision

  • Prepositions and evidence

  • Comparing

  • Reason and purpose

  • Cause and effect

Using Graphs & Statistics

  • Transferring information from text to diagram

  • Amount and difference

  • Quantity

  • Graph description

Selecting & Organising Material

  • Ordering

  • Classifying

  • Classification

  • Active and passive

  • Noun phrase

Presenting FIndings

  • Ordering and reclassifying

  • Personal and impersonal styles

  • Impersonal reporting

  • Personal reporting

  • Past perfect tense

Concluding & Recommending

  • Interpreting conclusions

  • Matching recommendations

  • Degree

  • Probability

  • Recommendation


  • Classifying information

  • Simplifying

  • Contrast

  • Condition

  • Addition