Leverage strategic communication to achieve your professional and business goals in 2021! Jyoti Singhvi is back to educate and empower MIT Enterprise Forum Members to communicate effectively and enhance their careers! Many of you attended Jyoti's powerful Speaking and Communication virtual seminar last April - one of our most popular events ever. Now Jyoti is back to teach you how to communicate strategically to achieve your professional and business goals.
There are two pillars to achieving success:
1) Communication skills
2) The work/product you produce
Most of us are trained and work very hard on the 2nd pillar. We labor over creating the perfect product, work, or service. However, did you know the impact of your amazing work, vision or strategy gets absolutely minimized if you don't communicate the value of it with bosses, executives, clients, teams, employees, investors and vendors?
McKinsey and Co. says that communication skills are absolutely necessary for the success of a professional.
Your hard work doesn't always speak for itself. You have to speak for your hard work to reap the benefits, get the promotion, the raise, the recognition, the new clients and increased revenue.
It's time for you to:
Jyoti Singhvi has been a speaker for 30+ years. She is the CEO of The Ace Groupe, an Ed-tech firm, which trains employees, and professionals in presentation and communication skills. She has interviewed & hosted many Executives, CEOs & Chairmen of companies such as Starbucks, JC Penney, Bridgewater, Birchbox, Tiger 21, CNN 60 Minutes. Jyoti also founded a luxury goods company, which sells in Neiman Marcus. Jyoti has extensive corporate experience at Cartier, IBM, & KPMG Consulting, and earned degrees from Harvard and MIT.
John is a board member of MIT Enterprise Forum NYC and graduated from MIT in 2000 with a B.S. in Computer Science. He is the founder of Overlook Rock Asset Management, a quantamental investment firm focused on generating the best returns for clients over the long run with a combination of proprietary algorithms, software, and traditional fundamental analysis.