Toronto, Canada, October 08, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The key to successfully starting and growing a business is effective communications. An entrepreneur or small business owner may have a great idea, but will not get much interest from anyone if they cannot share their vision, persuasively pitch, and clearly explain their products and services. There are professional coaches and trainers who focus on helping people improve their business communication skills, and they need to meet each other.
NCCA Canada is proudly partnering with YEDI (York Entrepreneurship Development Institute) and the City of Toronto to co-host a half-day professional development and networking event where professionals from various industries will learn how to develop these vital business communication skills. Representatives from the Mayor’s Office as well as the Ontario government will give opening remarks before NCCA President, speaker extraordinaire and body language expert Mark Bowden delivers a keynote on non-verbal communication not to be missed, followed by NCCA Executive Director Ric Phillips leading a short and powerful workshop on conversational pitching. This will be followed by lunch and mini-workshops hosted by Colleen Clarke on the topic of networking and Dr. Marat Ressin on clarifying business vision. The half-day ends with a panel discussion on the trends in the coaching and learning & development industries.
“This is a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs and small business owners to quickly learn and implement the same day specific and very useful business communication skills, and then network with other business people and communication coaches who teach these skills,” said Co-Founder and Executive Director of NCCA Canada, Ric Phillips.
This event is open to everyone. Space is limited. If interested to view the day schedule or register please use the Eventbrite online link: https://ncca2017.eventbrite.com
About NCCA Canada
NCCA (National Communication Coaching Association) Canada is a nationally registered non-profit organization that acts as a home for communication skills coaches, trainers and enthusiasts, providing professional development, networking and designation opportunities for its members. NCCA also provides communication coach/trainer and training company designation standards, peer review and official designation lists, used for professional credentialing. The primary mission of NCCA is to contribute to the growth of personal and professional communication skills, both here and abroad.