Read on.

Ed's training programs explore the causes of bloated language that often clouds the message intended for your reader. Participants learn how to develop a persuasive style that compels the reader to “read on.” Some topics covered:

Plain English
Persuasive Writing
Structure & Content
Verb-Based Style
Grammar Review

About Ed

Ed Good is an experienced author, speaker, trainer, and grammar expert. More than 5,000 professionals in the U.S., China, Taiwan, Belgium, and France have attended Ed’s courses in effective writing. He has presented on-site programs for more than 50 federal agencies, more than 15 Fortune 500 companies, and a host of large law firms across the country.

Ed wrote A Grammar Book for You and I … Oops, Me!, which was favorably reviewed by William Safire in The New York Times. The book was also a selection of the Literary Guild and the Book-of-the-Month Club. Copies are available for participants in on-site programs.

Ed's Background

Ed Good was graduated cum laude by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After graduation, he spent a year traveling around the world as one of five national recipients...

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Training Programs

Ed’s programs range from short, 40-minute speeches for annual conventions of professional associations to two-week training programs for the Department of Justice and U.S. Attorneys’ Office.

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