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Webinar: Communicating Effectively in the Workplace
This webinar introduces important skills that enhance your ability to be an effective and proficient communicator
There is no doubt that, in today’s business environment, communicating effectively is an essential professional skill – a skill that can affect an individual’s image and success as well as that of the organization. Effective communication encourages a healthy and productive environment by eliminating misunderstandings and unnecessary flare-ups.
This webinar introduces important skills that enhance your ability to be an effective and proficient communicator by showing you how to;
•determine the best method of communication to fit the message being given
•craft the message to focus on the audience's needs
•use language that creates a positive tone
Marie Antaya is an international speaker, author of four books, and educator in a variety of subjects including business communication. Marie has shared her expertise with clients in private, non-profit and public sector organizations leading numerous program and course development projects. Using her combined experiences, Marie designs and delivers informative, practical workshops tailored to the audience's needs.
Non-Members: $50.00 plus tax
: May 3, 2017
: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
: In order to register for this event, you must first log in. Members, please log in using your member credentials. Not a member? That's OK, you can still register for an event by creating an account free of charge.
: The Institute for Performance and Learning does not issue refunds for cancelled event registrations. Cancellations received in writing up to seven days prior to the event date will be issued a full credit voucher to be applied to another event within the calendar year. Delegate substitution is permitted for both registration and credit vouchers.
5/3/2017 1:00 PM - 5/3/2017 2:00 PM
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