Wordwell Workshop:

Writing for the Tech Industry

Did you snooze your way through English class in school because you were going to be [insert technical career here]? That was before you knew writing was key to success in the tech industry. You know how tedious it can be to read a poorly written document. If you feel misunderstood and overwhelmed by writing, this workshop is the boot camp for you and/or your team. The workshop can be one-on-one or in small groups. 

Cost: $1999

To learn more:

The Wordwell Writing Workshop helped me a lot. Tyson focuses on practices that are clear and easy to incorporate in day-to-day writing. That allowed me to start using them just after a couple of sessions. And I quickly saw the results: it was easier for me to put my thoughts on paper and my peers noticed my documents became clearer. Furthermore, the workshop helped me not only with my document writing but also with my verbal communication.

~ Michael, Software Developer

How To Write

Session 1: Writing without fear, front-loading, and writing short so you respect the reader's time.

Session 2: Ditching passive voice, jargon, and weasel words so you improve your credibility.

Session 3: Being direct, using numbers well, and revealing structure so you stay focused on the topic.

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We cover many writing topics in six, 90-minute sessions.

In each workshop, we break down the writing process into "how to write" and "what to write". ​

What To Write

Session 4: Plan for your writing with an outline and checklist so you are crisp in your thinking.

Session 5: Writing with peer edits and instructor coaching so you get direct feedback.

Session 6: Practice a humble edit and staying on target using your writing so you make progress as a better writer.

Learning Objectives 

  • Improve your professional communication

  • Improve your writing

  • Increase your writing speed

  • Organize your thinking

  • Increase your confidence

  • Capitalize on your writing experiences 

Methodology 

  • Engaging and fun online or in-person curriculum 

  • Focus on tips, tricks, best practice, and pitfalls to avoid, rather than grammar

  • Guided practice, practice, practice

  • One-on-one coaching 

  • Fun group writing exercises