"I Love it When You Talk Foreign" networking event

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Eastern Cape Branch

"I Love it When You Talk Foreign" networking event

Date: Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Time: 17h30 for 18h00

RSVP: Friday, 18 May 2018

Venue: The Port Elizabeth Tramways Building

Cost: 
IWMSA members: R 220.00
Non-members: R 250.00 

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More Information:

South Africa is well known for its cultural diversity. With eleven official languages, we often find ourselves ‘lost in translation’. These gaps in communication are frustrating and can cause many speed bumps along the road to success.

Join the IWMSA EC Branch for a fun filled evening of networking to address these issues, share our experiences, and find solutions to overcome these hurdles.

The evening will include presentations from Toastmasters and The Wilderness Foundation as well as a speed networking session. Be sure to have your elevator pitch ready and bring your business cards.

Register for the event to receive your info pack on what to prepare for the event to
gain the most value from your networking.

Guest Speakers:

Emmy Nxayeka, Toastmasters - I Love It When You Talk Foreign

Emmy Nxayeka joined TM in October 2016 and has recently completed her competent communicator course. She is now pursuing her advanced communicator course, specialising in various fields such as project management, motivational strategies and persuasive influence. She works in an environment that demands of her to be a culture chameleon, and her success is largely dependent on communication. Emmy will be joined by her Toastmasters mentor and Vice President of Education and Training, Belita von Steiger.

The Wilderness Foundation

The Wilderness Foundation Africa works from its base in South Africa to protect and sustain wildlife and wilderness through integrated conservation and education programmes. Whether it is direct action anti-poaching in the field, large landscape wilderness management, or developing rising young leaders from disadvantaged communities for a career in conservation, the Wilderness Foundation has over 40 years ofresults.
 
“We envisage a world that has sufficient intact natural ecosystems and wilderness areas that are valued and effectively protected for the benefit of all species.”