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This interactive workshop, run using Zoom, aims to help non-native speakers of English to develop their professional Leadership Communication, deliver more effective messages, and better influence English speaking individuals, teams and Stakeholders.
Run over 4 mornings, the workshop covers all areas of the 2 day face-to-face delivery.
To help delegates to improve and strengthen their Leadership Communication skills, understand the subtleties of the words they use, refine their language and deliver more effective messages in an influential and more appropriate manner. Working through different managerial disciplines, delegates will expand their skills and learn to manage more positively within an English speaking corporate environment. Delegates will be provided with tips, techniques, coaching and constructive feedback throughout.
Josette Lesser BA (Hons) MCIJ, MCIPR, MABP has been a media, presentation, and leadership communication skills coach and lecturer for over 19 years.
Josette studied Business Management at what is now Middlesex University, and set up her first company aged just 24, attracting clients such as Unisys and Pepsi Cola. She went on to discover a passion for coaching and training and, in 2007, Josette formed her own training company, The Communication Experts: www.thecommunicationexperts.com. She works both nationally and internationally, with clients from both the public and private sectors, including Microsoft, Highways England, and Kenwood-Delonghi. Josette is a Certified Coach and a Member of the Association of Business Psychologists.
An alumni of UCL, Josette hold as 1st Class Honours Degree in Linguistics. She is also a qualified Teacher of English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), and a regular tutor on the department’s Summer Course in English Phonetics (SCEP).
Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
University College London
2 Wakefield Street
London WC1N 1PF