Time: October 24, 2017 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Chamber of Central Mass South Conference Room
Street: 46 Hall Road
Website or Map: http://www.edlondergan.com
Event Type: seminar, chamber, business, communication
Organized By: CMS Chamber Online
Latest Activity: Sep 26, 2017
CMS Chamber Brown Bag Seminar
Business Communication Skills
with Ed Londergan, Author, Editor & Consultant
Tuesday, October 24 at Noon
Chamber Conference Room, 46 Hall Road, Sturbridge
FREE for CMS Chamber Members, $15 for non-Members.
Space is Limited! Please RSVP by October 23.
Call 508-347-2761 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to save your spot!
Feel free to bring your lunch. Use our microwave to heat it up! Relax, learn and grow with us!
Business Communication Skills focuses on improving employee communications skills and abilities through a combination of instruction and exercises. The training provides the knowledge and tools to identify the benefits of effective communication, recognize obstacles and enhance skills. The topics include basic writing skills, writing an effective email, listening skills, preferred and proper situational communication methods and non-verbal communication.
Presented by Ed Londergan
Ed Londergan Writing & Editing Services
Ed Londergan has had a fascination with the written word from the time he was in elementary school. After beginning to write his books, Ed started helping others with their writing through writing workshops and creative writing classes. He has advised numerous writers with everything from putting it down on paper to getting published. He is also a professional editor and worked with writers on making their manuscripts be the best possible. Ed’s interest in American history, especially that of the New England colonial period and the battles of King Philips’s War, resulted in two historical fiction novels: The Devil’s Elbow won an honorable mention in the juvenile fiction category at the 2013 New England Book Festival. His latest book, The Long Journey Home, won an honorable mention in the regional fiction category in the 2014 New England Book Festival. The third book in the trilogy, The Farmhouse, is in the works and will be available next year. www.edlondergan.com