The Great Writing and Editing Virtual Summit
Ragan Virtual Summit Recording

The Great Writing and Editing Virtual Summit

Broadcast date: August 30, 2016
Price: $395
Member Price: $295

Three virtual workshops featuring writing, editing and communications experts that will help you sculpt your writing into powerful, attention-grabbing and persuasive copy that your audience will love.

Top five reasons you should order:

  1. You’ll receive all PowerPoint presentations and handouts.
  2. You’ll receive a certificate of completion.
  3. You’ll hear and interact with writing and corporate communications experts.
  4. You’re guaranteed hands-on, how-to instruction and techniques you can use as soon as this virtual summit is over.
  5. You’ll attend this immersive summit without leaving work or your desk!
Product Code: XVC-604
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SPEAKERS

Steve Crescenzo, the CEO of Crescenzo Communications, is a highly sought-after consultant, writer and seminar leader. One of the nation's leading experts in employee communications, he has helped thousands of communicators improve their print and electronic communication. Steve was voted the No.1 seminar leader for the IABC Global Conference for three years in a row (2008, 2009 and 2010), and has spoken in IABC's "All Star Track" for the past five years. Steve also speaks at IABC chapter and district events in America and Europe, writes a column in IABC's Communication World and is the author of the popular blog Corporate Hallucinations. @Crescenzo
Jeff Herrington is president of Jeff Herrington Communications. He has 35 years of experience as a writer, editor and communications consultant. By age 30, Jeff's Fortune 100 clients had sent him to more than 40 countries on five continents to craft feature articles about their emerging businesses in Europe and Asia. Along the way, he has interviewed a New Zealand prime minister, France's leading heart surgeon, the CEO of Argentina's state oil company and comedian Adam Carolla. For three years he crafted most of the outgoing communications for the mayor of Dallas. He has also developed a worldwide style guide for a Fortune 50 food and beverage manufacturer, has had several of his crossword puzzles published in The New York Times and has penned two mystery thrillers, "Murder Becomes Manhattan" and "Murder Becomes Miami."
Rob Reinalda is a veteran editor with decades of experience. Before joining Ragan Communications in 2008 as Executive Editor, Rob spent a quarter-century as a newspaper editor, including stints at the New York Daily News, the Chicago Tribune and The Record (Bergen County, N.J.). His humorous and informative essays on language and writing can be found on Ragan.com and The Huffington Post. He also has guest-written podcast scripts for Grammar Girl.