How to write briefings that capture attention and make an impact
- Course Overview
Developing managers and leaders for organisational success
Are you required to make decisions in a pressurised environment or provide briefings for others to make decisions? Do your briefings achieve the results and decision you are looking for? Do you achieve or influence real impact?
- Key Learning Benefits
This exclusive 2 hour seminar by Professor Jack C. Chow will look at the following areas:
- The art of writing briefings that capture attention and have impact
- Practical ways to organize strategic thinking and communicate effectively
- Useful formulas to crisply convey strategic thought for speechmaking
- Program Structure
This program will provide you with a stimulating, hands-on learning experience, imparting valuable skills and knowledge with immediate application.
- Who Attends
Managers/Leaders who are required to provide briefings to their Managers/Executive. Government representatives from State or Local Government, Health representatives.
- Presenter & Facilitator
Dr Jack C. Chow
Former Assistant Director-General, World Health Organization
Professor Jack C Chow Former U.S. ambassador Jack C. Chow served in pioneering roles in public service and global health diplomacy.
He was the first Assistant Director-General of the World Health Organization on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria.
Dr. Chow held the rank of ambassador as the Special Representative on Global HIV/AIDS for Secretary of State Colin Powell and as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Health and Science, the first U.S. diplomat of ambassador rank appointed to a public health mission. He led American diplomatic efforts in the establishment of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, and in countering global infectious diseases and bioterrorism threats.
In previous positions, Dr. Chow served as a senior official at the US State Department’s global affairs office and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. In the private sector, he has been a consultant at the RAND Corporation, McKinsey & Company, and PRTM/PwC. (He is a Fellow of the Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative (2013), where he conducted research on the structure.
- Cancellation Policy
Keynote briefing $75.00
If written notification of cancellation is received no less than 3 weeks prior to the program start date, the full fee will be refunded. If notification is received 3 weeks or less prior to the course start date and the intended participant is unable to attend, a suitable substitute will be accepted right up to the morning of the program with no financial penalty.