E-learning writing reports

3 modules

Are you about to write a document and want to clarify the story, create a good layout, and engage your audience? Take the training online and at your own pace, wherever and whenever it suits you, with personal guidance.

After this training, you are able to

  • Formulate a message that matters
  • Select the right information from an abundance
  • Ensure a structure that optimally supports your story
  • Create titles that are catchy and logical
  • Design visualizations that truly convey your point

Writing powerful reports (individual online training)

How to capture the attention of your audience within seconds when they read a document? How to create a logical structure in your story? How to craft a document where the core message is immediately clear for your audience and they can take action on it?

During our online training “Report Writing with The Pyramid Principle,” you will learn to write crystal-clear documents. Documents that inspire action!

You can take the training online at your convenience. You can take as much time as you need. You will go through theory sessions, do exercises, and apply the theory to your own cases. After each module, you will have personal contact with your trainer. You will discuss your results and present your practical situations. Of course, we are always available to assist if you have questions. In total, you will spend two days (16 hours) completing the training from start to finish.

Effective communication with your documents
Research results, project proposals, quotations, pitches; we want them to grab the attention of their recipients and keep it. If you regularly write documents for colleagues, clients, and customers, you want to get to the core quickly and convince them of your idea. And that without losing essential content. After the “Report Writing with The Pyramid Principle” training, you will be able to write crystal-clear and effective documents.

The Pyramid Principle: the consulting standard
In this training, you will get acquainted with The Pyramid Principle, the global standard for advice developed by McKinsey strategy consultants. We have further developed this approach for presentations and reports, documented in our presentation handbook “Een IJzersterk verhaal” (Mediawerf, 3rd edition, 2019). The book is included with participation in the training.

We have successfully introduced this method to numerous specialists and consultants from organizations such as De Nederlandsche Bank, Enexis, House of Performance, KPMG Meijburg, KPN, PostNL, Rabobank, Synechron, TenneT, and VODW Marketing.

Your trainers

  • Joris van den Berg

    Joris is our passionate inspirator. He ensures that participants discover their joy in creating well-structured presentations and personal stories. With an open-minded approach and interested demeanor, he also creates an environment where everyone dares to fall and rise again.

  • Noa van Slooten

    Noa is our conscientious guide. With her structured and thoughtful training style, Noa creates a safe haven where people can try new things, make mistakes, and learn by doing. Noa has a passion for presenting!

  • Maaike Dokter

    Meet Maaike, our energy expert. By asking the right questions, she helps participants translate their own ideas into structured presentations for their audience. Her positive energy always finds its way to the participants and is contagious!

  • Kari van den Kommer

    This is Kari, our social butterfly. She easily connects with others and ensures that everyone feels comfortable. Always with a smile, because while developing skills is important, having fun along the way is just as crucial.

Experiences from
our participants

  • “I found it to be a very enjoyable and valuable training, with Kari being an excellent trainer! She was open and friendly, yet provided clear answers based on the theory when someone asked a questionable question.”
    Geert van Gennip, VodafoneZiggo
  • “Just gave the new presentation. This is how every meeting should be, with a very clear message, avoiding unnecessary details and topics that are only for information. And because the message was so clear, there was little discussion, the request for help was clear, and good commitments were made to provide that help.”
    Jules van Damme, Rabobank

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E-learning making presentations