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CIPR: The great communicator
- 20 June 2012 to 20 June 2012
- Chartered Institute of Public Relations
52-53 Russell Square, London
This course helps delegates become outstanding all-round communicators. It will enable them to present, write, network and build relationships more effectively, and will examine everything from body language and tone of voice, to influencing skills and the art of persuasion.
The course looks at all aspects of communication on both a personal and professional basis, and shows how good communication is as much a matter of attitude as technique. It illustrates how, by communicating more effectively, people can be more successful in business and develop stronger, more rewarding relationships. The course is for anyone who wants to improve their ability to communicate well through the written and spoken word.
CIPR-approved trainer: Robert Taylor.
CIPR members: £260 + VAT; non-members: £400 + VAT.
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