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Session on verbal & nonverbal communication for people with vision impairments

Etiquette is a code of behavior that can help a person form good impression on others. Keeping this in mind the BGFI-Blind Graduates Forum of India is bringing a unique session for people with vision impairments in the national capital on 28 September.

Communication is an important part of our lives in both social and professional setup. Communication can be verbal or non-verbal. Body language, gestures, facial expressions are important parts of non-verbal communication.

Our behavior in various settings such as during interviews, official meetings, social gatherings are a part of our personality.

The upcoming session on 'Etiquettes on Verbal and Nonverbal Communication' is a great opportunity for visually impaired people to learn a thing or two about communicating effectively.

The session will be facilitated by two dynamic women Manisha Anand and Anchal Nayyar who will guide the participants on ways to make a good impression through communication.

Manisha Anand is an MBA in International Business with more than 18 years of teaching experience. She also has a vast experience as 'Personality Development Trainer' with premier institutions like Manav Rachna University, ITM Gurgaon, Ansals University, GD Goenka University, Gurgaon. She is also a corporate trainer with clients such as Nestle India and Cisco Technologies.

Anchal Nayyar too has years of experience as a training leader and instructional designer and has worked with brands like Genpact, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Prexus.

Manisha will be taking her first ever etiquettes session for people with vision impairments and she is excited to be a part of the initiative.

I feel great about the training. It will be a learning experience for me as well as I am going to be training a new set of audiences. I am looking forward to share my expertise on non-verbal communication skills with them. My training will primarily focus on Gestures Postures Etiquettes & Mannerisms. I will also be touching a portion of voice modulation, diction and delivery.Manisha Anand, Personality Development Trainer

To make a good impression it is vital to know the socially acceptable behaviors that make us stand apart from others. People with vision impairments are as much a part of the professional and social set up as everyone else and it is important that they also follow the etiquettes that make positive impression.

"I feel the session is important and there will be a lot to take away from it. Being guided about socially acceptable behavior will definitely help a lot of participants and help them in their career and personal life, "says Ratul Arora member BGFI.

As rightly pointed out by Ratul, an understanding of the right way to communicate can improve the confidence level of a person and help them get through the communication related hurdles in life.

To know more about the session call on +91-9650519193, +91-9871498576

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