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Corp Workshops

Ewriterscoach Group and Corporate Workshops 

Our Presenters come to you!  All coursework is customizable.

Workshop A - Dynamic Intelligence (Emotional Intelligence with a twist)

Marni Freedman lmft will guide your group through course material that will promote communication and cooperation between staff and enhance connection with potential customers.

This workshop will help participants to better understand and identify their own behavior, emotions and motivations and in turn to better understand others.  An understanding of emotional intelligence leads to greater self-awareness and greater self-management, which ultimately leads to a more harmonious and positive workplace.    Participants who follow the guidelines of Dynamic Intelligence will feel empowered to connect more to customer needs and to take on challenges with enthusiasm and clarity.   Personal insight leads to better business.

To customize your presentation, choose from topics such as:

  • How to identify and label emotions accurately
  • Communication without complaining
  • Understanding the emotional needs and moods of others
  • Dynamic and practical conflict management techniques
  • Working with difficult people/diffusing tension with listening techniques
  • Staying open to solutions even in times of serious conflict
  • Active listening and accurate reflection
  • Brainstorming creative solutions
  • Realistic and optimistic goal setting
  • Creating a team atmosphere that promotes solution focused thinking


Workshop B - Story Telling or Screenwriting


Story telling techniques can enhance many business models as they teach the participants how to communicate with emotional impact.

Goal of the workshop:  To provide participants with a fun, engaging interactive experience where they learn the basics of storytelling and the creative process and walk away with a viable movie concept.  At the end of the workshop, each successful participant will earn a “Screenwriting 101 Certificate” from

Hands on, interactive and just plain fun the participants work in teams to create marketable story/movie ideas.  To customize your presentation, choose from topics such as:

  • Cultivating a creative mindset
  • How to brainstorm alone and with a group
  • How to become a solution-focused thinker
  • How to see problems as solvable puzzles (the essence of story creation)
  • What The Hero’s Journey is and How is can be used to craft stories
  • Story Telling for emotional impact
  • Tackling the inner critic
  • Outlining and Streamlining
  • Plot and Structure
  • Character Creation and Dynamic Dialogue
  • Creating an experience
  • Creating in fast paced, high pressure situations
  • Pitching techniques

Story Workshop is based on Marni’s new book, 7 Essential Writing Tools


We also have MONTHLY WORKSHOPS on the following topics:

• Learning Plot from the Masters
• Using the 15 Plot Spots to Map out Your Story
• Creating Unforgettable Characters
• Structure for Memoir
• Bringing Memoir Scenes to Life
• Screenwriting 101
• Advanced Screenwriting
• Playwriting 101
• Time Management for Writers
• Crafting the Scene
• Writing the Grabber – The Art of the First Five Pages
• Writing for Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Graphic Novels and Comic Books
• The Three Key Essential Structural Elements for Novels
• How to Write a Query Letter
• How to Write a Book Proposal
• How to Write a Synopsis

Cost: 39.99

Two for $70

When: Classes take place on Saturdays from 10-1pm or 2-5 pm (Pacitic Standard Time)
You will be sent the 5-10 page curriculum for the class prior to its start. Once you purchase the workshop you will be easy instructions to sign in on the day of the class. Class sizes are always SMALL to allow for maximum individual attention.
Upcoming Workshops
September: Creating Unforgettable Characters
October: Sci-fi, Fantasy & Comic Books
November: Plot Bootcamp
December: How to write the Grabber

Limited Curriculum Also Available for purchase:

Cost: $9.99 for 1

• Learning Plot from the Masters

• Structure for Memoir

• Bringing Scenes to Life

• Screenwriting 101

Two Curriculum packs for $16

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Is it okay if I am a beginning writer?
Yes. We are open to all levels and work well with beginners (unless class is specifically noted as “Advanced”).

2) Will I be able to read my material during class?
For a read and critique: Yes, you will be reading your material every other week. The week you do not read you will be critiquing/supporting your fellow writers.
For a workshop: While each class is structured differently, there is usually a portion of time allocated to read and critique. If you would like to have a long portion of your work read, consider hiring a coach for an assessment or joining one of the online read and critique classes.

3) What do you focus on?
We focus on kicking your craft up a notch. We will help you to better understand and execute the principles of structure, plot, character, dialogue, point of view, description and voice.

4) What Genres are allowed in Read and Critique?
Novels, Screenplays, plays, non-fiction, memoir, graphic novels, blogs and short stories.

5) Who are the instructors?
Most classes are taught by Marni Freedman or Carlos de los Rios. They have been successfully coaching and training writers for over a decade. We have guest teachers that offer specialty classes as well. Our instructors are professionals with real world experience. CLICK HERE to learn more about the background and approach of each instructor.

6) How does an online class work?
You will be given easy-to-follow instructions. The class will look like a group Skype meeting where you can see everyone in the class. For read and critique the time will be divided equally among the readers.

7) How is a workshop different from a read and critique group?
Read and critique is focused on reading your material and making it better. You will learn practical hands on tips and tools tailored to your needs. Workshops are designed to cover the specific information advertised. Information is provided via lecturing, group discussions and if requested, critiqued homework.

8) Am I signing a contract, can I quit at any time?
No contracts, no membership fees, pay as you go.

9) What if I need more personalized attention?
We offer individual sessions at a fairly low cost to help those that need a more specialized approach. CLICK HERE to read more about our individual coaching sessions.

10) How do I know that my ideas are safe and that no one will stealing my ideas?
In over 20+ years of doing this work, that is a common question but overall not a realistic fear, as we have never seen it happen. Writers are usually far too focused on bringing their own ideas to life. However, to help those that feel uncomfortable, the group can decide on signing non-disclosure statements to protect confidentiality. You can also register your work at the Writer’s Guild of America and/or the U.S. Copyright office for further protection.

If your question was not answered, please CLICK HERE to leave us a message. You will hear from us in 24-48 hours.