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Training: Present with high impact -Develop your presentation skills- (English)

Tarif :
Members: 55 000 JPY
Non-members: 80 000 JPY

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Training: Present with high impact -Develop your presentation skills- (English)

 

When the time comes for you to speak – be it in the Boardroom, at the section meeting, in front of colleagues, to your team, to the whole company, to the labor union, to the shareholders, etc... HAVE NO FEAR! Stand tall and confident and know you can deliver!

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Title Present with high impact -Develop your presentation skills- 
Language English
Date Tuessday, July 28, 2020
Time from 9:30 to 17:30
Venue French Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 1F Conference room (CCI Fance Japon)
Address Nihonbashi Honcho YS bldg., 2-2-2 Nihonbashihoncho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Training Company Dale Carnegie Training Japan
Fees Members: JPY 55,000  Non-members: JPY 80,000 (tax excluded)
Deadline for registration Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Registration
Please click here to download a registration form and send it to Recruitment & Training service by E-mail: emploi(@)ccifj.or.jp

 

 

About the speaker

Gary Smith

Mr Gary Smith is a Stanford University Graduate, Gary first came to Japan in 1987. He worked for 15 years in the Japanese TOEIC® testing business in the areas of test administration, customer support and new service development. In 2009 Gary became a certified Dale Carnegie trainer and has delivered the Dale Carnegie Course, the High Impact Presentation Course and the Leadership Training for Managers Course. Gary has also provided in-house management coaching and customized training. Industries that he has supported include finance, insurance, facilities design, hospitality, recruitment, etc…

 

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