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About the Session

“21st century organisations and businesses have come to be characterized by flatter and leaner teams collaborating beyond geographies and conventional workspaces.”

Some of the recent disruptive global events and increasing trend towards remote, boundary-less, and cross-functional teams have further emphasized the need to effectively communicate with a diverse group of stakeholders through virtual channels like Email and Audio/Video Conference Calls, including platforms like Skype, Google Meet, WebEx and Zoom, among others.

Keeping this perspective in mind, we would like to share some quick insights and learning, through a short online session with the following objectives:

  1. Appreciate the current context for virtual communication and focus on better preparation and planning.
  2. Articulate key messages with a focus on objectivity, clarity, and succinctness.
  3. Use appropriate digital tools to conversationally build rapport with the right mix of empathy and cultural sensitivity.

About the Trainer

Manish Vivien Amanna (Executive Leadership Coach from N-TWYNE Leadership)

Manish Vivien Amanna is a Leadership Development Consultant and Executive Coach. In a career journey spanning over 18 years in global organisations like Nomura Holdings, HSBC, Generali and Lloyds TSB, he has delivered with passion in corporate roles ranging from Learning and Talent Management to Coaching and HR Business Partner roles covering geographies like Southeast Asia, India and the UK.

Through N-TWYNE Leadership, he works as a trusted Learning and Talent Development Partner to a wide range of leaders, entrepreneurs & institutes in Vietnam and Asia with a focus on ‘Leadership’, ‘Influence’ and ‘Mentoring’.

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