Communication for Managers
Communication for Managers is for managers who communicate frequently with teams, suppliers, and customers around the world. In such a context, conversations and messages are in English. And such conversations are destined to people who do not necessarily share the same language.
Therefore, the question arises: how to make sure both ends of the conversation understand each other and communicate efficiently?
Communication for Managers helps achieve leadership
A manager who knows how to say what he or she has to say will be able to achieve shared tasks faster. This is because the format of the message drives the content and the meaning clearly and concisely. As a result, time is saved of both ends of the conversation.
This entry level slideshow mixes theory, examples and exercises. Developed for Epita‘s engineer students, it breaks down business writing principles. Students get instant feedback on their exercises.
Topics include: the sender and the recipient of a message, the English used, humor at work, building goodwill, writing with a goal.
Deciding on the goal the memo needs to reach, and organizing the arguments to support the goal.
The structure of a formal report. Choosing and organizing information and visuals. Writing the report. The executive summary.
Principles of designing slide shows for purpose and goal. Designing slides to help present in public.
Anne-Pierre de Peyronnet teaches business topics in English at la Sorbonne since 2007.
He spent 14 years in Anglo-Saxon countries, among which, about 7 in the United-States of America. He holds an MBA from Babson, one of the most prestigious business focused Colleges in New England.
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