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Sample Edited Proposal

A PROPOSAL TO PROVIDE

COMMUNICATION TRAINING

FOR NORTHWEST MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY

by

SHARON ENGLISH,

ENGLISH ASSOCIATES

June 19XX


Thank you for providing English Associates with this opportunity to propose consulting services to assist Northvwest Mutual Insurance Company (NMIC) in setting up communication training programs for its employees.

Our proposal demonstrates our understanding of your needs, describes English Associates’ approach, introduces our training team, and explains our estimated fees. We are committed to providing timely and responsive service, while we help you set up training programs to improve the interpersonal skills of your sales associates.

We believe an excellent opportunity exists for us to work together to help achieve your goals. We welcome the opportunity to discuss this proposal with you or to provide you with additional information. you need. If you have questions, please call me at 772–2265.

BACKGROUND

Founded in 1986, NMIC is an insurance company providing professional liability insurance. Recently, NMIC management has perceived a need for improved communication performance on the part of supervisory and middle-management sales associates to strengthen relationships between them and their subordinates.

NMIC’s management has asked for help in establishing regular training programs for all employees, to begin later this year.

OUR APPROACH

Based on our experience, establishing specific objectives will help satisfy your organization’s prupose. Our approach is to help you achieve management’s goal of developing more effective employee communication. More specifically, we believe that the following method will produce more effective interpersonal skills for your employees.

Interactive Training: Employees learn to improve their interpersonal skills best by actively participating in the training through role playing, discussing case studies and identifying their communicating stlyles through self-analysis exercises.

With this approach, instructors act as facilitators rather than lecturers. Group feedback and discussion reinforces learning.



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