Gina Frampton, Trainer and Facilitator

Gina is a lawyer, editor and published journalist, she delivers corporate training in the legal, banking and financial sectors where she helps in the development of style guides and communication standards.  Helping people to recognise their own writing voices and to know the strengths and weaknesses of their writing style, to enhance their communication skills.

She graduated in law at the Universities of Cape Town and Sydney and worked first in industrial law and then in commercial litigation.  She later studied Journalism at the University of Technology, Sydney, and continues to write as a freelance journalist.

Gina developed an interest in the plain language movement and worked as a freelance editor and proof-reader.

This work led to corporate training in the legal, banking and financial sectors where she helps in the development of style guides and communication standards. 

Her interest in language evolved through a love of, and curiosity about, the writing process.  She also developed a fascination with changes in communication styles at all levels of professional and personal life which led her to observe more closely the impact of communication tone and style on both intra-office morale and on the effectiveness of interaction with clients.

She is a passionate trainer and brings a very warm energy to workshops.  She believes that helping people to recognise their own writing voices and to know the strengths and weaknesses of their writing style powerfully affects their communication skills.

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