Judson University Partners with IWCC to Deliver Executive-Ready Presentations Workshop
(Elgin, IL - September 27, 2012) The Judson University School of Leadership and Business has teamed up with communication skills training expert, IWCC Training in Communications (IWCC), to provide professional development for Leadership and Business students.
Doctor Tom Berliner, Dean of Judson's School of Leadership and Business and long-time associate of IWCC, will deliver IWCC's Executive-Ready Presentations workshop at the University starting in September 2012.
"Judson University's School of Leadership and Business is thrilled to be joining forces with IWCC Training, the preeminent provider of communications excellence training, in raising the executive presentation skills of our students," says Berliner. "As one of our key objectives, we want to equip our students with the ability to excel when communicating. This initiative and partnership will enable us to achieve our goal."
"For years, we have been delivering Executive-Ready Presentations workshops worldwide to our global clients," explains Tim Duffy, CEO of IWCC Training in Communications. "We are excited to be working with Judson University on this initiative for this program, to equip the future leaders of the business world."
IWCC Training offers a full curriculum of writing, presenting and meeting skills workshops for business, technical and scientific professionals. The IWCC framework enables business leaders and their teams to gain control and consistency in their communications by empowering employees with the skills to communicate clearly. For information on IWCC's Executive-Ready Presentations workshop, go to iwcctraining.com/executiveready_presentations.
Judson University is a fully accredited, private Christian university of the liberal arts, sciences and professions. Judson offers degrees in more than 50 different majors/minors for traditional, graduate, and adult students. Located in Elgin, Ill., Judson is a Top-Tier College in the Midwest, according to U.S. News and World Report. With an academically challenging environment and encouraging spiritual community, Judson shapes lives that will shape the world.