That is exactly what I was talking about above: bending over so far backwards to avoid finishing sentences with a pronoun - which you don't even need to do in modern English - that you do it in the middle of a sentence as well.soft revolution wrote:Which of these sentance ends would be better in a document
...the organisation who you are delivering the workshop for.
...the organisation for whom you are delivering the workshop.
The first one is probably more like how I'd say it but there's debate over whether the second one would be preferable if it's written down.
There's no reason at all why the second one should be seen as more 'correct' than the first, in either written or spoken English, so if you prefer the first, go for it.
(Personally, I'd leave out the "who" as well. And replace "delivering" with "running" because I hate "delivering" with a passion that verges on blue murder. But maybe that's just me.)