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IEAA Young Professionals (NSW): The Art of Persuasion

15 May 2024, Sydney
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People who can confidently listen and speak under pressure, solve problems faster, and are perceived as confident, as persuasive and as someone to trust.
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Have you been in a situation where you were lost for words while your peers articulate their thoughts very well under pressure? Do you wish to be more eloquent when asked to speak/present?

IEAA Young Professionals co-chairs have organised an engaging and interactive workshop that will equip you with skills and tips on how to "Listen and Speak Under Pressure". Facilitated by Michael Kelly, a proven leader in communication and pitch advisor, you will be given plenty of opportunities to experience and practise proven techniques that enhance communication effectiveness, particularly in high-pressure situations.

Throughout the session, you will delve into various topics essential for mastering effective communication under pressure. From understanding the structure of impactful presentations using the Open-Middle-Close framework to learning techniques such as DBAE (Don’t Be Anywhere Else) and the Engagement Nod, you will gain valuable insights into connecting with your listeners. Moreover, you will explore the "Measuring Cup" speaking technique, along with practical strategies for confidently answering both basic and challenging questions. You will have ample of opportunities to refine your communication skills in a supportive and safe environment.

This is an opportunity not to be missed! Come along and join colleagues from international education community who are new or emerging in this fun and engaging workshop.

Program


5:30pm   Registration opens
6:00pm   Welcome 
6:15pm   Workshop
7:05pm   Networking
7:45pm   Event concludes


 

This event is hosted by IEAA Young Professionals, proudly sponsored by Study NSW 


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The Sydney Startup Hub
Room 1 & 2, Level 1
Sydney
15 May 2024
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You can earn up to 20 fellowship points. Young Professionals (NSW): Mastering the Art of Persuasion
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Event Speakers

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Miracle Chen

Team Leader, Student Services and Engagement
UNSW College

Miracle is passionate about offering the best customer service in line with students’ expectations, improving student experience, student community engagement, and building a diverse and inclusive community to support students' wellbeing. Since August 2019, she has worked in the university sector, focusing on student services, engagement and events. Currently, she is the Team Leader, Student Services and Engagement at UNSW Global. In 2022, she was awarded the Superstar of The Year - Cares Award and was nominated for the Vice-Chancellor's Excellence Awards for Professional Staff at Macquarie University. She is eager to connect with professionals in the industry.

Esmond Esguerra

Senior Associate, Policy and Programs
Study NSW

Esmond is an international education professional with 15 years of higher education, research management, and education promotion experience. He is currently Senior Associate at Study NSW. Prior to joining NSW Government, Esmond spent 8 years at the University of Sydney working in the student life and international relations space.    He received his Master of Policy Studies and Master of Arts (Development Studies) from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney and was a recipient of the Australian Government’s Endeavour Postgraduate Award. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from the Philippines.   Before moving to Australia, Esmond spent four years in Thailand, working in an international postgraduate institution and managed international human resource development programs in internet education and research in the Asia Pacific.   Esmond is passionate about education and international development, and relevant policy topics. Outside work, he participates in community sports and events.

Michael Kelly


Michael Kelly

Michael Kelly is a leadership communication trainer and pitch advisor. Michael helps leaders communicate their ideas and vision with confidence, energy and certainty. People who work with Michael deliver influential messages, win more pitches and grow thriving careers. Michael is a leading body language and speech analyst and holds a Master of Science degree in speech pathology. He writes The Winning Voice biweekly blog post.

Vincent Liu

Recruitment Assistant
University of Sydney

Vincent is a dedicated professional currently contributing his expertise to Sydney Future Students International Recruitment at The University of Sydney. Focused on the Greater China region, Vincent spearheads international student recruitment efforts. He recruited international students in ELICOS, vocational education, and higher education in ASX-listed corporations, state governments, and Australian universities in previous roles. Explored and fostered markets in Greater China and other Asian countries. Formulated, implemented, and evaluated strategies and programs for international student recruitment. Engaged with domestic and overseas recruitment partners, ensuring optimal recruitment outcomes. Built and maintained productive relationships with government, industry, and peer organizations. Vincent is deeply passionate about supporting international students throughout their education journey in Australia to become future global young professional.

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IEAA Young Professionals (NSW): The Art of Persuasion

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People who can confidently listen and speak under pressure, solve problems faster, and are perceived as confident, as persuasive and as someone to trust.

Have you been in a situation where you were lost for words while your peers articulate their thoughts very well under pressure? Do you wish to be more eloquent when asked to speak/present?

IEAA Young Professionals co-chairs have organised an engaging and interactive workshop that will equip you with skills and tips on how to "Listen and Speak Under Pressure". Facilitated by Michael Kelly, a proven leader in communication and pitch advisor, you will be given plenty of opportunities to experience and practise proven techniques that enhance communication effectiveness, particularly in high-pressure situations.

Throughout the session, you will delve into various topics essential for mastering effective communication under pressure. From understanding the structure of impactful presentations using the Open-Middle-Close framework to learning techniques such as DBAE (Don’t Be Anywhere Else) and the Engagement Nod, you will gain valuable insights into connecting with your listeners. Moreover, you will explore the "Measuring Cup" speaking technique, along with practical strategies for confidently answering both basic and challenging questions. You will have ample of opportunities to refine your communication skills in a supportive and safe environment.

This is an opportunity not to be missed! Come along and join colleagues from international education community who are new or emerging in this fun and engaging workshop.

Program


5:30pm   Registration opens
6:00pm   Welcome 
6:15pm   Workshop
7:05pm   Networking
7:45pm   Event concludes


 

This event is hosted by IEAA Young Professionals, proudly sponsored by Study NSW 


When
15/05/2024 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Where
The Sydney Startup Hub Room 1 & 2, Level 1 11 York St Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
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