Business English Communication course in Pune
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Sanjiv Sadana is an NLP certified Consultant Trainer Manager, trained at IBM, specializing in English Speaking, Soft Skills, Communications & Accent Training. An MBA(T&D) Graduate with over 8 years of training experience, Sanjiv has trained varied audience pools from school to MBA Students to new hire/mid & senior management professionals. A dynamic trainer with excellent Communication and Interpersonal Skills, he has conducted numerous workshops on various topics like English Speaking, Transition into Corporate Life, Business Etiquette, GD Skills, Interview Skills, Motivational Skills, Team Building Skills, Cross Cultural Sensitivity, Team Building, Verbal & Non Verbal Communication, E mail Etiquette, Customer Service, Inter Personal Skills, Transactional Analysis, Presentation Skills, Negotiation Skills, Telephone Etiquette, Stress Management & Time Management amongst others. He also trains in Accent Neutralization Some of the MNC Clients he has trained for are Tech Mahindra, 24/7 Customers, Infosys, IBM, Sunguard, Honeywell, etc. to name a few. Prior to this he has been a part of Operations as a Team Leader at Wipro. Before joining the corporate world, he was overseeing a joint family business for 16 years. EXPERTISE AREAS 1. Voice & Accent- Grammar, Accent neutralisation, American Culture sensitisation and consumer psycho graphics, Enhanced British accent & culture sensitisation, SET (skill enhancement training) refresher programs on language and neutral accent 2. Business Communication- Business writing skills, e mail etiquette, business correspondence 3. Soft Skills- Customer service, Call handling skills, Interpersonal skills at work, Selling skills (direct marketing), Persona Enhancement, Team handling skills, Body language, Presentation skills, Business & telephone etiquette, Stress management, Empathy, Transactional analysis, Non- verbal communication, Corporate etiquette amongst others 4. Train the Trainer – Accent Neutralisation, Grammar, and Facilitation Excellence 5. Spoken English/Grammar
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Although, I don't condone this type of behavior, I can understand sometimes being disgruntled with your employer.
Depending on the "secret" information, you can try and give a bite of the beginning or first part to ensure the receiver that the info is legitimate. Then offer the whole piece of information for a price.
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