Basic HR Writing Skills Virtual Workshop
Writing by nature is challenging. Despite this, HR professionals must be able to write in a way that is easy to read and understand. And they also have to watch their tone and the legal implications of their emails and memos and other means of communication.
Furthermore, HR professionals are facing even greater demands and difficulties in carrying out their tasks and are required to go above and beyond their normal duties these days.
This virtual workshop will help HR practitioners improve their writing skills by helping them overcome the challenges they face when communicating with their colleagues.
• Understand the legal inferences of HR department communications.
• Practise writing using a six-step process e.g. Key Phrases
• Prepare different types of routine correspondence e.g. Business Continuity Plans
• Learn how to communicate with the proper tone and in a positive manner e.g. COVID-19
• Importance of Effective Communication.
• Linking words.
• Writing Styles.
• Writing Checklist.
• Using Positive Statements.
• Routine Correspondence.
• Correspondence Structure/Steps.
• Communicating Good News.
Who should attend
• HR or Non-HR Assistants and Executives.
• Supervisors, Officers and Executives who are required to write on a regular basis and have the responsibility for correspondence originating from the Human Resource Function.
Haridas Ramadas (Hari) is the Founder & CEO of HRSINGAPORE, the first online community for the HR professionals in Singapore.
Over the past 20 years, he has worked and consulted with companies in Human Resource Management. He regularly conducts consultancy and training programmes in Competency-based HR, Selection and Performance Management.
Hari also designed and developed the HR competency framework for the HRSINGAPORE's certification programmes. His training experience includes conducting public programmes, as well as in-house programmes for companies like GMP, KLM Cargo, Pan United, Courts, Centrepoint Properties, Humming House, Brunei Shell, CPF Board and MINDEF.
Born and bred in Singapore, Hari holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from the University of Singapore and a Diploma in Education from the National University of Singapore.
• 28 August 2020 (New!)
Duration / Venue
• 3 hours
• 9 am to 12 noon
• Virtual training room
Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance at the end of the course.
• S$ 150 for Community
• S$ 180 for Non-Subscribers
• 10.15 to 10.30 am