This Week’s Featured Course:

Effective Oral Briefings – 1 Day Online Workshop
Techniques and Strategies to Perfect a Highly-Valued Competency

Next course date: May 20, 2021 – click here for full details

This 1-day virtual live course is a perfect fit for anyone who is called in to give oral briefings or wants to improve their oral communication skills.

The ability to succinctly brief others is a highly valued competency in today’s fast-paced workplace. This expertise requires the speaker to clearly understand the issue, structure the briefing in a way that is easy to comprehend, and deliver the message effectively.

Participants will learn how people listen to and remember information, how to plan and fine-tune effective briefings, and how written and oral briefings differ. They will leave this interactive workshop with techniques, strategies, and tips for framing issues, focusing on what listeners remember, and presenting in a clear, concise matter.

At the end of this seminar, you will be able to:

• Quickly find the key points to emphasize in a briefing
• Organize your briefing for maximum impact and influence
• Understand how people hear and what they retain
• Present with confidence

Click here for complete details on this course.

Your workshop leader is Moira W. Moira is a versatile communicator and instructor with decades of experience editing, writing, teaching, and managing projects for government and corporate clients. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Policy, and thoroughly understands the public policy making process and plain language guidelines. Moira has extensive editing experience, and excels in helping clients develop style guidelines and appropriate means of disseminating information. She has managed onsite production of reports in Canada and Europe; has traveled across Canada with public consultations writing, editing, and producing reports; and has synthesized the work of multiple authors and written executive summaries. Moira has taught editing and writing courses in Ottawa, Montréal, Toronto, and Nunavut to government and corporate clients, as well as for the Editors’ Association of Canada.

For more information, please contact:

Sophie Gouédard
Tel: 613-234-2020, ext. 21
Email: sgouedard@pmctraining.com

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