In today’s information-driven world, the need for formal business communications is more pronounced because businesses of all sizes are supposed to address different stakeholders in diversified geographical locations.
Most businesses think that phone-based or physical presence-based communications are working for them. However, these traditional forms of business communications are among the main factors of inefficiencies in business operations because they are usually off-the-cuff without analyzing the situational business challenges.
Moreover, as the traditional, old-fashioned communications are mostly ad hoc in nature, it’s difficult to keep track of the decisions thus taken in a business environment.
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As a result, there are activity overlaps, repetitions of work, loss of accountability, which silently add to the operating expenses (OPEX) of the company. Obviously, it doesn’t allow the company to be competitive in the marketplace.
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Hence, there is an urgent need for corporates to adopt modern forms of business communications (e-mails, presentations, analytical reports, etc.) systematically.
To help businesses adopt formal business communications as an inevitable process for corporate growth, RMN Company offers its Business Communications training program for companies around the world. The program is conducted by Rakesh Raman, CEO of RMN Company.
The training program covers evolution in the business communications landscape, the role of digital communication channels (Internet and Web), language / communication rules, and hands-on training for the participants.
Interested companies and corporate executives can contact us to know the details including costs for this program.
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