EAWLC Book Talks with Evelyn Chau on How To Speak To Anyone: Communication Tactics for the Quietly Ambitious Who Want to be Seen, Heard, and Valued

In our Book Talks program, authors and/or translators come to introduce their books, and facilitate discussions with our audience.

This month, we are delighted to have Toronto-based author Evelyn Chau to talk about her second works, a communication techniques book How To Speak To Anyone: Communication Tactics for the Quietly Ambitious Who Want to be Seen, Heard and Valued

Time: Thursday, June 13, 2024 at 7:30-9 P.M. (Eastern Time)

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Evelyn draws her material from years of experience at CBC Radio Current Affairs, as well as Visualization Coaching for high performance athletes and court interpreting for the Ontario Provincial Courts.

The impetus for this book came from an online article about Silicon Valley IT engineers of Asian descent. These brilliant people form the backbone of many tech giants but are seldom recognized. Why? They are men and women of few words, and not valued as much as their counterparts because of their reserved nature. The article echoed the experience of the author’s late father, who also worked efficiently and quietly in large multi-national firms for a lifetime with very little recognition.

Another area of interest for Evelyn is cross-cultural communications, on which she has received training from e-Cornell and University of California. She has given talks on this subject at pan-Asian business organizations, to black financial professionals as well as government bodies.  Her new communication tactics book is receiving acclaim from quiet professionals from many different walks of life.

Amazon link for the book: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0CTJ4WYPQ

Professionals or homemakers, parents or students, everyone is welcome!

Free online English event, transcript of translation in other languages available on Zoom

Zoom will open 15 minutes prior.

For inquiries, please contact info@eawlc.org.  Thanks!

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