The second open webinar of the ‘Future Skills for Workplace Sustainability’ Webinar Series organized by Youth Time International Movement will be available in seven days and free for everyone with the main topic of strategic communications on business sustainability. Register through Youth Time Magazine.
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Next Webinar: Wednesday 2nd of December 2020 @ 2pm CET (Central European Time)
Title:The impact of strategic communications in businesses sustainability
Speaker: Mustafa Rezazadah
Registration link: finds out here.
This webinar is a part of the ‘Future Skills for workplace sustainability’ series and is focused on the impact of strategic communications in businesses sustainability.
Looking at how to respond to trends and have a proactive communications strategy. We will also talk about how to analyze your target audience, craft key messages and utilize the right communication mediums.
The world is becoming more and more online, and more and more visible. Especially in the current climate. Through Mustafa’s unique position, he will display key insights and expert opinions on how your image can be refined and the importance it has.
Who is the Webinar designed, and beneficial for?
This webinar would be suited to all from all backgrounds. If you have a business, or looking to start one, this needs to be heard to enhance your chances of sustainability.
If you are not an entrepreneur, then this webinar will still benefit you as your image is now becoming more visible to all and can help with future careers and maintaining them.
About the Speaker – Mustafa :
Mustafa Rezazadah has over 7 years of work experience in project management and strategic communications.
He currently works as a Senior Program Manager at Lapis Communications and part of his responsibilities is developing strategic and creative social behaviour change and communications concepts and turn these concepts into innovative projects.
He managed numerous projects of various thematic areas such as elections, early child development, women’s economic empowerment, health, etc.
Mustafa also has a long-lasting engagement with civil society and youth capacity building programs at international organizations such as Youth Time and AIESEC.
In 2015, he was elected as the President of AIESEC in Afghanistan and during his term, he has boosted the partnerships of AIESEC in Afghanistan at the national and global levels.
In his term, AIESEC managed to organize tens of educational and networking programs in Afghanistan and facilitated 43 exchange opportunities for Afghan youth to experience cross-cultural and professional internship programs in 8 countries, each focusing on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Photos: Shutterstock/ edited by Martina Adveney
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