“As someone who’s benefitted from Gary’s talent for making other people’s work better, I highly recommend The Ross Rules to anyone for whom writing is an important part of their skill set—meaning just about everyone.”
—Richard Siklos, VP Corporate Affairs, Time Warner (New York)

“Awesome! Nearly a year after Gary Ross did his presentation, I still reflect on how interesting and valuable it was. I wish that everyone I communicate with had absorbed his wisdom about how to make your communication more clear, concise, and effective. Every organization needs to know The Ross Rules!”
—Catherine Roscoe Barr, Travel Media Association of Canada

“I can’t recommend The Ross Rules highly enough. As Gary Ross points out, everyone in an organization is expected to write effectively, but no one is being taught how to do so. He does a brilliant job of laying out the basics of good writing, using examples that strike home. His presentation is insightful, entertaining, and valuable. I’m already seeing a dramatic improvement in the writing in our office, and it’s all due to Gary’s work.”
—Bridgitte Anderson, General Manager, Edelman West (Vancouver); press secretary to former B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell

“The Ross Rules rocked! A great mix of explanation, practical exercises, and fun. At the end, everybody was a better writer than they were at the start. We could not have been in better hands.”
—Vicki McLeod, Main Street Communications (Vancouver)

“I’ve worked with many of the best writers and editors in New York, and I’ve never seen anyone who’s able to improve other people’s work more surely and quickly than Gary.”
—Robert Priest, founder of Eight by Eight; former creative director of Esquire and GQ

“Gary’s perfectly distilled Ross Rules and his witty, understated presentation style captivated and engaged everyone on our team. His workshop had a tremendous effect on the way we communicate, internally and externally. We literally became more confident and effective writers overnight.”
—Merran Smith, Executive Director, Clean Energy Canada

“Gary Stephen Ross’s ability to analyze other people’s writing and suggest ways of improving it is almost uncanny. Now that he’s developed The Ross Rules, people in the corporate world are learning what authors and journalists already know: he makes you a better writer.”
—Sarah Fulford, editor-in-chief, Toronto Life

“I can’t tell you how impressed our team was by the Ross Rules presentation/workshop. We all put the tools and learning to use, right away. The material was simple to understand, interesting, and it led to immediate changes/improvements in how we communicate. Gary is a great speaker—everybody thought he was hilarious—so not only did we learn valuable new information, we had a really good time doing so.”
—Almira Bardai, co-founder, JIVE Communications (Vancouver and Toronto)

“Gary introduced me to The Ross Rules while he was editing my book, Innocence on Trial. The principles he outlined as we worked together amounted to a master’s course in effective writing. I heartily recommend his presentation to anyone wishing—or needing—to write with greater clarity, concision, and impact.”
—Joan McEwen, LLB, McEwen Arbitration and Mediation

“Gary Stephen Ross is one of the most gifted writers, editors, and teachers I’ve ever worked with. As countless professional writers have discovered, The Ross Rules will make what you write more forceful and effective.”
—John Macfarlane, former editor-in-chief and associate publisher, The Walrus

“It doesn’t matter what you’re trying to accomplish: crisp, powerful writing open doors and opens wallets. Gary Stephen Ross is in my view the most effective coach on the subject in Canada today, and one of the best anywhere. The Ross Rules will, in a few laser-focused hours, shine a bright light on your bad habits and flag your blind spots. His presentation is full of practical, actionable advice and specific direction you can put into practice at once. Plus, Ross is a natural deadpan comic, deeply engaging, and a treat to have in the room. Two thumbs up! ”
— James Glave, Principal, Glave Communications