How to write letters that (really) sell
Led by: Phillip Khan-Panni
To book this workshop, please
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Who should attend:
Directors/Senior Managers, business owners, sales professionals, Advertising/PR Executives, New Business developers, Copywriters, Charity managers, Speakers, Toastmasters, and anyone who needs to ask for anything in writing.
1 Day course
Minimum 4, maximum 8 recommended. Also available as one-to-one coaching on request.
This intensive Workshop is designed to help delegates to:
Find it easier to draft letters for new business
Understand the process of persuasion in print
Increase the chances of success with their mailings
Avoid the embarrassing errors that many business letters make
Make their business letters worth reading
Greatly improve their response rates
Write business letters that enhance their company’s reputation
Distinguish between terms that turn people off and words that work
Topics / Content:
This course is as much about new thinking as about techniques. It includes:
The 7 secrets of successful sales letters
Deadly sins to avoid
How to get your letter read
Long copy or short copy?
The sequence of persuasion
Words that work
Practical exercises and positive feedback
Total course fee is £5,000 + Vat.
Phillip Khan-Panni is one of the UK's top Business Communications Consultants, and a proven master of succinct communication, both spoken and written. In addition, he is an expert in clear cross-cultural communication, regularly coaching top business leaders and diplomats. He speaks knowledgeably and interestingly about effective communication, about direct marketing and about customer relationship management (CRM) from a non-technical point of view. In addition, he is in demand as a meetings moderator and master of ceremonies.
He's one of the finest speakers in Britain, and has won more public speaking contests than anyone in Europe, becoming UK Public Speaking Champion seven times, Anglo-Irish champion three times, and World Silver Medallist at San Diego in 1995, a record so far unequalled in Britain.
He is the author of five books (see below). One recent reviewer wrote: "Khan-Panni writes with power and passion about putting power and passion into your public speaking and presentations. The ideas teem, the pace is fast and, above all, the writer has been there, got it wrong, worked out why and moved on."