Adapting our Communication Skills for Online Networking
Covid-19 has disrupted the lives of many across the globe since Jan Protected content . It has forced us to adjust the way we work, socialize and connect with the outside world.
Virtual communication has undoubtedly become the norm. Yet, endless work meetings and virtual activities still leave some of us feeling unproductive or discontent.
A year of working from home, virtual learning and networking activities has also allowed us to reflect on the skills we are
good at and those we can still improve on. In addition to navigating technology, the pandemic has also pushed us to adapt
and modify how we need to interact and relate with others in the virtual world to meet our professional and social needs.
Networking isn’t about random small talks, and communication isn’t just about having air time. Showing up and stepping up in the virtual world requires adaptation and strategy.
Learn the know-how behind mastering “engagement and connection”, the results we want for all our communication.
If you don’t plan, you plan to fail - relevance in Networking
Balancing the act of listening and speaking, the notion of “Talk Less, Listen More” still applies in the virtual world.
What to expect: presentation by Guest Speaker Cecilia Lui + Breakout Rooms, followed by Q&A
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