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*fully booked* BCCT Free Virtual Workshop - How to Be Clear in Business

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Date & Time: 21-Oct-2020 09:30 Members Only  
Location: via Zoom
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Member Cost: THB 0.00
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21/10 BCCT FREE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP - HOW TO BE CLEAR IN BUSINESS

The pandemic has demonstrated that clear, confident communication in business is crucial, especially during periods of crisis or rapid change.

When messaging is clear, people will follow your instructions and make things happen. They will understand exactly what they need to do and are more likely to meet expectations.

But messaging that lacks clarity can cause chaos and costly mistakes, damaging your reputation.

In this 2.5-hour virtual workshop, you will learn simple techniques that will transform the clarity of your communications.

You will also learn how to:

  • Define a clear and achievable communications objective
  • Use language that your audience will understand and respond to
  • Follow a logical structure in your messaging to get to the point

Content in this session comes from a new online programme from Voxtree called “Master the Art of Clarity in Business”.

Participants will interact with the facilitator and each other, just as in a live classroom situation.

Date: Wednesday 21st October 2020

Time: 9.30 am - 12.00 pm 

Cost: free of charge for BCCT members only. Numbers are limited, a maximum of 2 participants per company

The Zoom meeting link will be sent to you direct one day in advance before the event date

Facilitator: Neil Stoneham, Managing Director, Voxtree

Neil Stoneham is managing director of Voxtree – an international communications consultancy that helps professionals communicate powerfully and persuasively in the global marketplace.

He has coached professionals in a variety of sectors, from embassies and auditing firms to hospitality and energy companies. Neil also delivers training courses in association with British Chamber of Commerce.

Previously, Neil spent two years writing for the Bangkok Post and taught in two major international schools in Thailand.