This is a one-day training program to reorient oneself to the fine art of professional writing and presenting in the workplace. The objective of this program is to raise the bar further for oneself so that you are remembered and noticed because your communication has that special edge. Even more importantly, your messages are received by the readers and listeners seriously. Yes, your point is not just made, but considered.
The writing skills module will tackle the common problem areas of writing and discuss doubts and provide clarifications to make writing professional. The presentation skills module will provide the opportunity to make brief presentations and discuss how business presentations can be fine-tuned for specific audiences.
- Writing precisely for specific reader/s
- Developing the habit of quick focused writing of emails
- Avoiding the use of cliché
- Understanding what is ‘grammatical’ and what is ‘ungrammatical’
- Infusing life into your presentation
- Holding audience attention
- Confidence; body language; voice; speech; hard copy
- Visuals and words – balancing these
- Being ready for questions
Ms Malavika Nagarkar is a M.A. in Applied Linguistics from the University of Essex, UK and M.A. in English Literature from the University of Mumbai. She also has a P.G. Certificate in Teaching of English from C.I.E.F.L, Hyderabad (Distinction) and Certificate in Sanskrit from University of Mumbai (One year course). Her area of expertise lies in Communication Skills (Writing, Speaking, Inter-personal Skills, Speech, Diction and Speaking with Expression, Group Discussion techniques). She has conducted several training Programs in companies for writing, speaking and presentation skills, personality development, etiquettes etc. She has also conducted many workshops in group discussion and interview techniques. She has rich teaching experience for Under-graduate and Post-graduate students (University of Mumbai); She is currently faculty at various management institutes teaching the M.M.S and PGDM Courses. She has been awarded the TCTP Award for study in the UK by British Council.