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Virtual communication: Staying connected when working from home

With short online sessions, we show you how to keep in touch with customers, colleagues and other contacts – even from a distance.

With the ongoing Corona pandemic, virtual communication has taken the lead. Online video conferencing has replaced face-to-face meetings and video conversations have replaced casual discussions with colleagues.

Given the crisis, it's now even more important to communicate in a way that everyone can understand.

How to communicate clearly, transparently and comprehensibly is a skill that can be learned. And while online meetings need to be prepared as much as offline meetings do, they also follow additional rules. In short online sessions, we introduce you to these rules and show you how to virtually "connect" with customers, colleagues, and contacts.

 

Dates:

Please contact us for individual online coaching sessions

Price:

250 euros per hour

 

Please ask us about special rates for members of the German Federation of Journalists (DJV), the Ver.di trade union, and the Federal Association of German Press Officers (Bundesverbands deutscher Pressesprecher e.V. or BdP). We accept education vouchers (Bildungschecks).

 

Information and registration:

+49 228 429 3505

dw-akademie.medientraining@dw.com

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