Remote Communication for Designers

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Working remote has become the “new normal,” and we’re spending more time on FaceTime, Slack, and Zoom than ever before. For some of us, the transition has been smooth… for others, not so much.

Get a leg-up on your communication strategy with Remote Communication expert and Sophaya CEO, Mari Anne Snow. In this interactive three-part workshop, we’ll dive into the basics of communication strategy, and explore tricks and tips that will help you communicate more clearly and effectively than ever before - quarantine or not.

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Workshop Details:

  • First Session: Friday 6/5, 8:30AM-10AM
  • Second Session: Friday 6/12, 8:30AM-10AM
  • Third Session: Friday 6/19, 8:30AM-10AM

Registering for the workshop registers you for ALL online sessions.

All online workshop sessions happen on Zoom. A link to the Zoom room will be emailed to participants before the first session.

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* DESIGNxRI has a funding partnership with the State of RI that can cover all costs of the participation if you meet the eligibility requirements. Once your eligibility is confirmed, a comprehensive REAL JOBS RI enrollment package will be emailed to you to complete your FREE participation. All paperwork MUST be filled out BEFORE the workshop to participate in the workshop. You must be able to attend all sessions of your workshop in order to qualify for this grant.

 

Sophaya, Founder & CEO

Mari Anne Snow

Mari Anne Snow is founder and CEO of Sophaya, a Rhode Island-based virtual company that specializes in the design and delivery of custom business skills training, team-building, custom eLearning content and executive coaching for companies with remote, dispersed and/or virtual teams. Mari Anne is a faculty member at Bryant’s Executive Development Center focused on leadership and a former adjunct professor of digital strategy at Bentley and Suffolk Universities. Before leaving the corporate world to start her own company in 2009, Mari Anne was a corporate executive with State Street in Boston where she designed and built a global learning university that provided professional development opportunities to 28,000 employees in 32 countries.