How To Engage People in The Digital Age

1st October 2012

The amount of digital communication today can be overwhelming.

You're plugged in, -liked, -friended and -followed. You're in touch with hundreds of people through your smart phone, tablet and PC. One of the many challenges in the digital age is that relationships become transactional, with the rise of email, Skype, text or Facebook it is more important than ever that we learn the art of connecting and engaging. Whether it's face to face or in a digital format the ability to build rapport and trust are still critical elements in business today. This free 2 hour session will show you how to connect, build trust and Win Friends and Influence People in the digital age. Registration and refreshments at 8.00am, seminar starts at 8.30am and finishes at 10.30am. Book on line at www.northernengland.dalecarnegie.co.uk

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