This proposal writing course teaches participants how to plan and write proposals that win more business. It explains the most efficient process to plan and organize a proposal. It also explains how to hone language and tone to make your product or solution compelling to the client.
This is a practicum course. During the course, you will plan and write an actual work proposal with instructor review and guidance of incremental steps. The course also includes a final coaching session to review your final proposal and ensure future proposals are strong.
Project Manager, Technical Services
Mary founded Instructional Solutions in 1998, and has built a full menu of online and onsite business writing courses, helping thousands of individuals and hundreds of businesses master the strategic skill of business writing. She has developed customized global business writing training projects for Boeing, DuPont, FedEx, Liberty Mutual, the US Army, and USAA.
She has personally coached senior executives in technology, consulting, finance, and energy industries to harness written communication to convey leadership and vision.
Her expertise is business writing, information flow across an enterprise, and business communication technologies. Her blog, Business Writing Info, is read by more than 10,000 monthly readers from six continents, and was cited in The Wall Street Journal online and Business Week. Instructional Solutions’ client newsletter, Writing for Business, reaches over 5,000 subscribers each month.
Katie is an experienced English as a Second Language instructor, tutor, and teacher trainer. She is currently teaching Business Communication and Academic Writing at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She is very skilled at evaluating both the substance and language of business documents. Her writing critiques and instruction have received stellar evaluations from our clients at DuPont, Liberty Mutual, and Greenwood Resources.
She holds a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Rhode Island and an M.A. in Applied Linguistics from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
She loves to travel, has intermediate level Spanish skills, and is working on her French for her next trip. She lives in Boston when she is not traveling.
Tom specializes in technical writing and is particularly interested in analytical and financial writing, as well as synthesizing strong executive summaries.
He currently teaches Business Communication at Rutgers University.
He holds a B.A. in Business Administration and English from Reed College, and a M.A. in Communications from the University of Colorado. He has successfully supported our clients from Boeing, FedEx, and the US Army.
He loves hiking, gardening, the power of language, and lives in the nature of the Hudson Valley, outside of New York City.
Andrew Steinbeiser is a freelance journalist and writer who reports on the arts and entertainment industries. He previously worked at Marvel Entertainment on marketing and communications projects. Additionally, Andrew has worked as a tutor for Syracuse University’s renowned writing center, helping students draft and edit essays, reports, and more.
He holds a B.A. in Communications & Rhetorical Studies and a B.A. in Journalism, both from Syracuse University.
Despite growing up near Portland, Maine, he currently lives in Portland, Oregon. When he’s not writing, he enjoys running, hiking, and reading comic books.