Business Communication and Personal Branding

Business Communication and Personal Branding

 

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About The Event

 

About The Workshop

The ability to communicate well is mandatory to achieve success within any business environment. Irrespective of the size and your role within the organization, communicating in a clear and concise manner to internal and external stakeholders is an essential tool to create your own unique Personal Brand. A brand, which will help you stand out from the crowd.

 

Infidea’s workshop on “Business Communication & Personal Branding” provides a superb opportunity for professionals to take those skills to a higher level maximising personal impact and achieving business objectives.

What Will it Cover?

 

  •  Writing to express, not to impress and the Business connection
  •  Self-awareness, understanding self,& understanding others
  •  Valuing client relationships
  •  Importance of a Personal Brand & how to build Personal Brand Credibility.
  •  Personal Brand approach to others.
  •  The Lasting Impression- Email & Telephonic Communication.

Who Should Attend ?

  •  Professionals who have greater communications responsibilities in their evolving roles
  •  Individuals reporting up to senior executives.
  •  Executives / Managers/Department Heads whether it be Sales / Finance / HR /Operations / IT / Others. 

About The Facilitator

 Pushpi  Upadhyay, a certified Business English Trainer from the American Tesol Institute and Cambridge( UK) is a behavioural interventionist with over 15 years of experience .She is specialized in the field of Business Communication, Corporate Grooming, Psychometric Assessments, Life Coaching and Counselling and has trained more than ten thousand people across Pan-India. Numerous people who have attended Pushpi’s  session are now working in different parts of the world and are extremely successful in their careers. Her articles are often featured in The Telegraph and Hindustan Times.

 

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