Updated on: 16 Jan 2017

Humour Intelligence™ - Expired

Course type: Workshops & Seminars
Category: Communications & Interpersonal Skills
Registration closing date: 28/03/2017
Provider: STJobs
Fees: SGD 350.00 Early Bird Special until 21 Mar
SGD 450.00 Regular Price
Duration: 1 day (8 hours)
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Course Description

Using humour intelligently in business is the clever way to communicate – both internally and externally. It can improve everything from your first impression to your power of persuasion. It makes you a more effective communicator who is more likely to be remembered and referred. Leaders and business professionals become more confident and influential. In this workshop you will learn practical ways to use humour to make you and your business memorable, build brand awareness, maximise client relationships and increase staff engagement and retention.

What you will learn:

  • How humour can be most valuable in your business or organisation
  • Ways you can introduce humour immediately
  • Improve the way that staff communicate internally and externally to inform, persuade and change behavior
  • How humour can make you a more effective leader and change-manager

Who should Attend

Business Owners, Entrepreneurs, Senior and Middle Management, PMETs and Individuals

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* Subject to terms and conditions of Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) Claimable Scheme

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Kevin Ryan

Kevin Ryan

Trainer Description:

Kevin Ryan is an experienced conference keynote speaker, workshop leader, coach and emcee. He has 30 years experience as a corporate trainer having worked with businesses in Singapore, Malaysia, China and Sri Lanka on persuasion and communication skills for leaders and salespeople.

He speaks at conferences and seminars across New Zealand, Australia and Asia specialising in the areas of sales, sales negotiations, humour in business and communication skills. He also writes columns for a number of industry magazines and his articles have regularly appeared in major daily newspapers in Australia and Asia.

He is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), the highest possible level in professional speaking. 

Updated on: 16 Jan 2017
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