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514 871-4000

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Verbal skills in business: communicate, influence, and convince

To improve your business communication and your professional impact To improve your business communication and your professional impact Training The speech will be delivered in French.

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Why you should attend?

  • To discover the importance of voice pitch and gesturing in business
  • To increase your self-confidence
  • To captivate your audience and to reinforce the impression of professionalism you generate
  • To get rid of bad habits that can negatively affect your credibility
  • To benefit from practical advice and sensible tricks

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By phone:

514 871-4001

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Line Leblond
Project Manager, Training
lleblond@ccmm.qc.ca

The workshop expenses are tax deductible (provicial and federal).

The cost of the workshop is eligible as an expense under the 1% Training Investment.

No reservations, cancellations or refunds after the registration deadline. Participant substitutions are accepted at no extra charge until the event is held. Please note that only cancellation notices sent by email at reservations@ccmm.ca will be accepted.

Location

InterContinental Montréal Hotel

360 Saint-Antoine Street W.
Montréal, Quebec
H2Y 3X4

Square-Victoria

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What will you learn?

  • The three Cs of effective communication
  • The three root elements of persuasion
  • The traps of miscomprehension
  • The scope of words, and proactive language
  • The development of a strong introduction
  • Visual presentation musts (PowerPoint)

Who is this training intended for?

  • Executives
  • Project managers
  • Development managers
  • Team leaders
  • And any other person who wishes to learn to communicate effectively

Here is the opportunity to grasp the difference between succeeding and failing in business communication.

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