31 October - 1 November 2019 | Skills Training
Policymakers, editors and business leaders tend to be pressed for time and receive too much information. Researchers and campaigners who want their arguments to influence policy must learn how to communicate data and key messages as clearly as possible.
Drawing on their own experiences, students will discuss the do's and don’ts of publishing pieces aimed at achieving impact. They will analyse the strengths and weaknesses of selected papers.
The course will help students gain an understanding of the different publication formats – from policy briefs to blog posts. The seminar will cover writing concise and accessible articles, including how to structure an argument, write an executive summary and formulate recommendations. Students will develop a strategy for the dissemination of a piece of research which targets the right audiences. Students will write and pitch their own op-eds.
This skills training is offered in the open enrolment programme and as part of the Executive MPA programme.
It can also be completed as part of the
- Certificate in Leadership and Management
- Certificate in Public Financial Management and Methods
- Certificate in Intersectoral Management
- Certificate in Public Sector Innovation
- Certificate in Global Policy and Diplomacy
- Certificate in Digital Transformation
- Certificate in Management in the Public Sector
- Hertie School Decision-Making Programme
- Hertie School Innovation Programme
All skills trainings can be customised for organisational clients. Learn more.