I.O. Technologies Announces New Courses from Dr. Kevin Ryan
Press release from the issuing company
LAS VEGAS, NV (March 13, 2003) - I.O. Technologies, a training and consulting company for the graphic communications industry, announced today the release of new courseware for its ollé online learning environment. The modules, only available at www.olle.ws, are from business-writing author and former university adjunct professor, Kevin Ryan, Ph.D. The new modules are:
· Becoming a Better Business Writer
· Mastering the Art of the One-Page Memo
· Mastering the Art of the Economical E-Mail
“Regardless of the industry you are in, Dr. Ryan’s courses can help you to be more productive and influential,” said Eric Kenly, I.O. Technologies founder and CEO. “Writing well and speaking well are two traits all successful businesspeople have in common. Dr. Ryan’s courses will help you be successful by showing you the writing process that experienced and published writers use to write smarter and faster.”
Kevin Ryan, Ph.D., president/owner of The Executive Writer and author of the soon-to-be-published Write Up the Corporate Ladder, has made a career out of helping executives at major companies like Procter & Gamble, Lucent and Novell to transform their written communication style. You can find out more about Dr. Ryan at www.executivewriter.com.
“We are excited to add Dr. Ryan’s courses to our portfolio because they have a broad-based appeal and add a new dimension to our content, which until now has been very technical and specific to the graphic communications industries,” said Richard Burke, COO, I.O. Technologies. “We plan to continue to offer new courses that have a broader appeal in addition to industry-specific technical courses.” To find out more about Dr. Ryan’s courses or other ollé learning products, go to www.olle.ws.
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