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Paul Cook - Author

Paul Cook, Author

Paul Cook loves writing. From an early age he was fascinated by words and how they could be used. He quickly discovered how to create writing that has impact.

When Paul was a member of Junior Chamber International (JCI), he was approached to write an article about one of his overseas trips for the national JCI magazine. All that was needed was 800 words and a photograph. He enjoyed the writing experience so much that it became the catalyst for him to become a regular contributor to the magazine. It was a short step from there to Paul developing a regular newsletter for the Manchester Chapter of the organisation.

Following on from that initial piece of work, Paul has written everything from e-books, case studies, and information guides to heart-tugging poems.

Ghost writing – Paul works with a number of clients ‘behind the scenes’ as a ghost writer. He is also an author in his own right.

You will find that he is an eclectic author. But, what Paul really enjoys is taking a complex subject and making it accessible for all sorts of readers.

He has successfully achieved this with his first two books: Remotely Engaging and Risk It!

In addition to writing books, Paul is the creator of a number of blogs, such as Choreographed Communications, the Event Risk Blog and Lessons from a Mountain.

He is a regular contributor to a number of trade and online publications.

If you have a writing project in mind, contact Paul now and he will respond, most probably in writing.


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Preparing Event Planners for GDPR Part 1

Preparing Event Planners for GDPR Part 2

Creating Engaging Learning Sessions

The Importance of Training Venues

Using Technology Aids Successfully

The Tapestry of Learning and Development