The skills to prepare and present reports have become a critical competence that managers need to function effectively and also enhance their career prospects. The art of writing requires a wide range of abilities, including excellent communication skills, document management knowledge and strong collaboration techniques. Specifically, writing a technical report, such as a research report, a feasibility report or an annual report, represents a medium of communication. A technical report can therefore be described as one which deals with a specialized area of knowledge and requires a specialized training or skill to understand. Though good report writing and presentation skills are usually learned “on-the-fly” through “trial-and-error”, however, the techniques of writing the various technical reports have to be learned and acquired. These skills are best acquired through supervised instruction and feedback, interaction with other professionals, and personal effort for research and practice. This workshop intends to prepare participants to be able to make good speeches, write excellent reports and also present them effectively.