International Communication Skills

3rd March 2016

You want your message to be understood the way you intend.

You want to engage in an efficient and harmonious communication with your clients, peers, audience, colleagues. If you are: Travelling abroad for business meetings or to deliver seminars Presenting to multicultural or multilingual audiences Presenting in English and it is not your first language Having important interviews face to face or over the phone Experiencing difficulties getting your message across Lacking confidence when speaking in public Then; This seminar is for you. This is an effective communication course that also consider different cultural backgrounds and international audiences. It shows you the right approach and techniques to successfully deliver your intended message with confidence. Organised by Into Professional & Yorkshire International Trade Centre Delivered by the Public Speaking Academy. Into Professional, SYITC and the Public Speaking AcademyInto Professional Ltd is a multilingual translation and international business support company based in Sheffield. SYITC is an organisation that helps companies develop their business through the international trade route, whether they are seasoned exporters or have just started considering finding international markets for their products. The Public Speaking Academy is a passionate organisation dedicated to all spoken word, presentation and communication skills enabling people from all walks of life to become confident and exciting speakers.

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