This two-hour training workshop is a hands-on approach to learning how to write compelling opinion pieces to grow your authority, brand and reputation.

You’ll learn how to take your ideas and distill them down into bite sized pieces for a staff meeting, a blog post, an article or even your own presentation.

You’ll also cover best practice for writing online content from opinion pieces to blogs and how get it in front of the right people.

The 20-minute keynote version

For high impact, participatory, fun yet practical learning, Megan has a quick-fire 20-minute version of this presentation which is ideal for a keynote address at a conference or staff training workshop.

This is an eye-opening breath of fresh air as delegates find clarity through a step by step worksheet on how to get their ideas out of their heads and onto paper.

Megan Singleton is a freelance journalist, radio correspondent, international presenter and award-winning travel writer – having won the US Travel Association travel writer of the year awards in 2009 and 2011.

She has been writing articles for 17 years for national and international publications and was Travel Editor at Yahoo! in 2010 where she oversaw the channel grow from number 18 to number 1 in the New Zealand travel category.

For the past ten years Megan has been specialising in the area of creating online content and now runs one of the biggest lifestyle and travel blogs in NZ, Blogger at Large.

Her training is sought after in New Zealand and the US where she frequently runs workshops on how to use content to grow brands, sales and reputation.

She brings years of experience and knowledge around crafting articles that work to attract online readers, how to structure a story and make it easy to understand and how to beat writers block, all the while showing individuals and companies how to write thought leadership articles to grow their own authority and promote their business.

“Megan knows how to write compelling stories that hook a reader and keep them engaged to the end – qualities that she brings to this workshop.”