Business communication for excellence

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“The greatest problem with communication is the assumption that communication has taken place” – George Bernard Shaw.

Living in a world of advancement where technology has taken over major aspects of human lives communication plays a vital role in today’s concept of living. It is a well known fact that every action oriented task in the corporate world requires a level of commitment in order to bring about effective results.

The level of commitment is met by effective communication which becomes the foundation of success in a company. After all, communication is the ‘lifeblood’ of an organisation.

McQuire Rens & Jones has put together a very timely and informative programme on ‘Communication Skills for Business Excellence’ aimed at identifying the components of effective business communication. Participants will test their current communication ability and gain skills, strategies, and techniques to dramatically improve their communication and opportunities for success in their professional life.

The seminar scheduled for 5 April 2011 at Cinnamon Lakeside, Colombo, will be facilitated by Corporate Trainer and Management Consultant Samuele Mancini working with Australian and Sri Lankan companies.

He was a manager with the Vocational Education and Training (VET) Teaching and Learning unit of the Department of Training and Workforce Development in Western Australia. He has been responsible for major programmes of Customer Service Reforms at the Department.

He has also conducted extensive training for VET Institute and SMEs across the state. He has also been a Senior Policy Officer with the WA Department of the Premier and Cabinet and in his younger days has lectured in French and Italian language and literature. He has been Chairman of a private school board and owns an online education company.