ESADE Alumni Careers invites you to this workshop, with the aim of providing you with techniques to improve your speaking and nonverbal language skills.
Companies today expect managers to have a good command of spoken communication in a range of work scenarios, such as meeting as and conventions.
Having to speak to a group of people can prompt shyness and nerves, which hampers one’s use of nonverbal language resources (gaze, gestures, bodily posture) and the different aspects of spoken delivery (voice, tone, rhythm of speech). This can undermine our credibility as a manager.
In a professional career knowing how to communicate and how to interact with others is a defining feature of the successful executive.
This session takes a practical focus on this issue and provides simple and useful performance techniques to manage nerves and improve the command of communication skills.
The workshop will be delivered by Pascale Bang Rouhet who is a manager and trainer for ExpresArte.
Schedule: from 5.30 pm to 9.30 pm
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