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ACS Masterclass: Effective Business Communication in Technical Fields

This introductory course is specifically designed to bridge this gap faced by IT executives and equip them to convey complex information in a clear and concise manner, tailored to the audience.

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Mon, 07 Jun, 02:00 PM

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    Tue, 08 Jun, 09:00 AM

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    Tue, 08 Jun, 10:00 AM
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<p>Specialists in technical fields face the challenge of communicating to those from nontechnical backgrounds. Communication plays a critical role in their ability to influence the broader organisation, key stakeholders outside of their direct team and the Board as well as associated Advisory Committees. Yet few companies provide training in business writing including the most regular business communication - email. This means that there is often a significant gap in understanding between IT and Senior executives within the organisation.<br><br>In this this <b>2 part virtual series</b>, facilitator, Hellen Henderson will go through effective business communication to equip participants with the skills for:<br>- <b>Effective Email Communications:</b> for participants to identify ways in which they can consistently write clear, concise emails tailored to the recipients with cut through that builds and strengthens relationships.<br>- <b>High Quality Report &amp; Business Writing:</b> for participants to understand common errors and learn ways in which to edit their writing to ensure it is tailored to the audience’s needs and consistently delivers the desired outcome.<br><br><b>Session 1:</b> Tuesday 8 June<br><b>Session 2: </b>Thursday 17 June<br><br><img alt="User-added image" src="https://id.acs.org.au/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0150o00000HSMA0&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1620279026000"></img></p> <u><b>Professional Year students please note, this event will not contribute to your Professional Year course requirements</b></u><br> 

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Professional Development

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CPD HOURS

4

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Relationship management (RLMT) -> Level 5

Facilitator

Helen Henderson

Helen Henderson

Helen Henderson (MAICD) has provided counsel on strategic communications for over 20 years to CEOs and senior management at listed and private companies through to small NFPs. Qualified with a Bachelor of Economics and an MBA coupled with her extensive experience in corporate transformations, she specialises in the provision of strategic communications counsel, the development and facilitation of bespoke Leadership Team workshops and senior executive communications training programs - with a commercial focus that delivers results. Based on client demand, Helen established Board Impact, to bridge the gap in understanding between IT executives and Boards. Working in consultation with Board directors and in partnership with a range of experts from a variety of fields, she draws on the latest industry thinking to maintain high standards of professional development training and on-going business relevance.

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