Webinar: It's the Meaning not the Medium - Making communications impactful in a changed world.

Event Type
Web Session
Members Only Event
You must be a member of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland to attend this event.
Date
Time

Start time: 9.00am

End time: 10.00am

Venue
Online
Description

This event will be run as a live webinar using Zoom. Click here for information on using Zoom.

 

Sarah will talk on the topic for 20-25 minutes and open it up for a Q&A afterwards. She’ll focus on how the pandemic has impacted on how we communicate when the same rules should apply. Listening, reacting and behaving like we would in person. Having purpose, challenging certain behaviours like we would if we were there face-to-face and perhaps, making a voice call from time to time. Sarah will share her thoughts, interesting experiences and advice with you. 

 

NB: As a security measure, there is a two-step registration process before you receive the link to join any webinar.  The first step is to register your interest in attending a webinar by making a reservation for an event via the Society’s website.  You will receive a link to then register via the Zoom platform.  It is after this second registration step that you will receive the link to join the webinar.

Speakers/Presenters
Sarah Geraghty (Senior Training Consultant, The Communications Clinic)
Biographical details

Sarah has been a regular contributor and columnist with The Irish Times for over 10 years. She has also written for The Journal, the Business Post and was an assistant editor at The Gloss Magazine.

She is a Senior Training Consultant with The Communications Clinic where she designs and delivers courses daily in the areas of Making an Impact, Oireachtas Committee preparation, Negotiation and Influencing Skills, Pitch and Presentation skills, Speech-Writing, Writing for Publication and Media training.

Sarah leads on all writing and interview training courses for the Communications Clinic and has designed remote training courses and webinar series for individuals and staff at all levels in organisations in public and private sector organisations.

Sarah graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a BA in Sociology and Social Policy and from the University of Edinburgh with a master’s degree in Politics and Law. She worked in the US Senate in Washington DC and in public policy organisation, The European Institute. Following this, she was press attaché at the French Embassy in Ireland.

Sarah appears regularly on local and national radio including Newstalk, Today FM and RTE Radio 1 and 2fM.

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