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Communicate for impact: Get better results from all your meetings, teleconferences, and emails


Date

09 May 2019

Time

09:30

Location

London

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This event is full.

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Summary:

This practical and interactive session will help you overcome common issues that PR and communication professionals face at work. After the course you’ll be able to express your ideas clearly and concisely, whatever the situation. Learn how to handle difficult questions, ask better questions yourself and write emails that are acted on, rather than ignored. Avoid the mistakes most people make when trying to be heard in a meeting and discover the six point framework that will drive any conversation forward.

Event Type: Classroom

Address: PRCA, 82 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE10BE

Places available: 8

Places remaining: -3

Trainer: Emma Ewing MPRCA

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Event Overview

How attendees will benefit

When personal communication works well, you not only understand others better, you are also understood by others more easily. You feel less stressed, more capable and more confident in your own abilities. You’ll start to recognise the different ‘preferred communication styles’ so you can adapt your natural style to achieve the best results for all parties.

 

Who Should Attend?

PR and communication professionals who would like to learn how to create a credible presence in front of the client or internal customers; people who would like to communicate with ease in a professional environment; anyone who would like to increase personal effectiveness at work.

 

Course Content

The importance of non-verbal communication and how to adapt your body language and voice to deal with different situations

How to get your message across in meetings

Two essential questions that deliver results

The four common personality modes and how to work with them

How to hone your communication to achieve more favourable outcomes

How to build and maintain rapport

What consultative listening is and how to improve your own listening skills