Effective Communication Skills for Information Clarity in any Situation

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Effective Communication Skills for Information Clarity in any Situation
PAKISTAN LIBRARY CLUB (PLC)
Pakistan Library Club (PLC) in collaboration with COMMECS Institute of Business and Emerging Sciences is
organizing a seminar on:
Effective Communication Skills for Information
Professionals: How to Present with Power and
Clarity in any Situation
Effective communication skills are not just a requirement for professional life - it is most
valuable asset to succeed in today’s world! One of the most cherished skills you have is
your ability to express yourself clearly and loudly. The most effective way to
demonstrate your skillfulness is by expressing your thoughts and ideas clearly in writing
and verbal communications.
Resource Person:
Attendees will learn variety of communication skills to interact effectively and with
confidence across several professional settings.
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Public Speaking: the Art of speaking and rhetoric
Styles of communication for professional life
Talking in meetings and small groups
To maintain healthy professional relationships and conflicts
Balance between personal and professional communication
Effective writing skills:
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Emails, blogs and web pages
Reports
Proposals
Who should attend?
Registration
Last Date
Seminar Fee
Seminar Date
Timings
Venue
Librarians, LIS Students, Faculty Members
Limited seats are available on first come first serve
November 28, 2013
Free
November 30, 2013
11:00 a.m. to 13:00 p.m.
COMMECS Institute of Business and Emerging Sciences
40-B, Block-6, P.E.C.H.S., Shahrah-e-Faisal
Karachi-75400, Pakistan .
For Registration please contact:
Mr. Salman Abid
Cell: 0321-2559176 Email: [email protected]
Mr. Sameem Kardar Cell: 0313-2634686 Email: [email protected]
Ms. Atiya Shahid
Ph: 3432 0074-6
Email: [email protected]
Mr. Aurang Zeb works at U.S.
Consulate General Karachi. He
manages virtual Information
Resource Center (IRC)
operations and
outreach/market strategies to
engage broader audiences.
Addition to that, he develops
and manages Lincoln Corners:
centers for learning and
dialogue in Sindh and
Baluchistan provinces.
He Studied MA in Electronic
Communication and Publishing
from the Department of
Information Studies, University
College London, UK. He also
obtained MA in Library Science
from University of the Punjab,
Lahore.
He has extensive experience of
working in the library and
information sector and has
specialized in the electronic and
physical information medium
through formal education,
training and work.

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