Strong communication, organization, and preparation are some of the best building blocks for long-term professional success.
While there is no one-size-fits-all mold for starting a business or communicating a message, it is critical for professionals in virtually any field to be able to communicate effectively with today’s tools. A clear understanding of the basics of digital tools, video conferencing, and business communication can take your company to the next level, whether you’re starting your own business or you’re in a non-business role looking for oppo Walsh College will host a complimentary webinar titled, Less is More: Updating Communication Strategies to Engage Audiences, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Monday, July 24. Led by, Jenny Tatsak, Ph.D., chair and professor of Business Communications at Walsh, the webinar will focus on providing entrepreneurs and professionals with non-business backgrounds with the key knowledge, insight, and helpful tips to understanding and improving their style of business communication.
“Many people without a business background do not realize the critical role that communication has throughout every facet of their career,” Dr. Tatsak said.
“This webinar will outline best practices and tips on how to improve your communication style and how to integrate today’s technologies to communicate like a pro.”
Topics include digital presentations, promotional materials, video conferencing, and meeting management.
The webinar is open to everyone; it is particularly valuable to those with an interest in modern communication.
The webinar will also provide a timely look into some of the concepts and topics that will be included in the new Master of Arts in Business degree program, which is now accepting applications for fall 2017. The Master of Arts in Business is a graduate degree that will give you the confidence and practical skills you need to further excel in your career. Find out if you are a match for the Master of Arts in Business or another advanced degree program by taking the “Which Master’s Program is Right for You” quiz.
For more on Walsh webinars or to register, visit http://www.walshcollege.edu/webseries.
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