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RIT Alumni Association invites you to their webinar

Effective Communication in the new COVID-19 World

About this webinar

You are locked in your house, trying to balance between your work and home commitments, fighting with your kids over bandwidth and counting days until life is back to normal? We all look forward for the day when the global battle with the virus is over. But our remote ways of working – video calls, instant messaging, business email – will probably take over an even bigger share of the communication pie. So are you ready to champion the new normal of the digital age?

Join us and Rashad Bayramov, BS' 03 as we navigate through the changing landscape of professional communication, share relevant research findings and provide advice on how to best navigate in the uncharted waters. To customize the event even further, post your questions to the speaker ahead of the webinar at the event page.

Alumnus Rashad Bayramov '03 is an international business trainer and coach. He has delivered his training programs and personal coaching sessions on effective communication in Azerbaijan, Turkey, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Qatar, Jordan, India, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka. He is the author of “Trust Your Words: 10 Ways to Conquer Your Audience” (2016), the first book on the topic of public speaking published in his home country (Azerbaijan). Rashad Bayramov serves as the modernization and transformation manager for BP in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey helping teams embrace the concepts of agility and adaptive leadership.

Hosted by

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    Lydia Palmer Sr. Director, Marketing & Donor Relations @ RIT Development & Alumni Relations

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    Rashad Bayramov

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    RIT Alumni Association

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