Every year, organisations lose millions of dollars through ineffective written communication – poorly written emails; confusing procedures or reports; unclear websites, newsletters and fact sheets. The costs of poor communication are often hidden, but can sometimes be devastating.
As well as facing productivity pressures of having to do more with less, managers and employees may have limited training in writing skills – they struggle to produce meaningful and professional written communications within tight deadlines.
Concise Writing Consultancy has responded to these needs by providing corporate and government clients with expert writing, editorial and training support since 1994.
||Clear, concise language is easier and faster to read.
||Managers and employees are more likely to read and act on reports or emails that are well structured and easy to read.
|More efficient processes
||Clear forms that are easy to understand will result in smoother form processing.
|Reduced error rates
||Clearly worded and accurate procedures and training manuals ensure the job gets done properly and safely.
||Grammatically correct and error-free publications show that your organisation values quality and attention to detail.
Government and corporate
- Australian Maritime Safety Authority
- Australian Rail Track Corporation
- Australian Taxation Office
- Bentleys, Accountants and Business Advisors
- Carlson Wagonlit Travel
- Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
- Department of Finance and Services
- Department of Immigration and Citizenship
- Hornsby Council
- Marrickville Council
- National Gallery of Australia
- National Library of Australia
- NSW Department of Education and Communities
- Sydney Harbour Federation Trust
- Local Government and Shires Associations of NSW
- Shoalhaven City Council
- Toshiba (Australia) Pty Ltd
- Auburn Hospital and Community Services
- Hunter New England Area Health Service
- NPS MedicineWise
- Postgraduate Medical Council of NSW
- Royal Australasian College of Physicians
- Australian Film Television and Radio School
- Australian National University
- Macquarie University
- University of Wollongong