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Encouraging Optimal Communication Between Introverts and Extroverts in Meetings

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Place : United States, Aurora

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Contact Person:Training Doyens


OVERVIEW If you treat all people the same way you will have success only a small portion of the time. Every person is unique. You might say they are a bit weird, at least they are not like you or me. The joy of developing great understanding of the numerous differences in people is that you will be able to get a high level of commitment, sincerity and performance from people. Everyone benefits when communication is improved. Peter Drucker, the Father of Management, often compared good communication to a well oiled machine. Communication is the oil that keeps things running smoothly. This business communication training will give you specific tools to become a great communicator. WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND Meetings can be useful and effective or they can be a complete waste of time. In large measure your ability to bring out, develop and engage your people whether they are introverts or extroverts will determine success or failure. The one thing you cannot hide is your ability to communicate. It is much more than having a good vocabulary, being able to speak in public or even being a good listener. The effective communicator understands how to communicate with an introvert, how to read people, realizes that communication is both receiving and broadcasting and is able to adapt to many unique and stressful situations relating to communicating with others. Politicians are held in low regard by the average person because what they say has very little to do with how they behave or what they accomplish. If you cannot be taken at your word, people will regard you as very suspect. There is no way you will be able to effectively lead or manage others. If you doubt this, just look at our elected representatives in Washington, DC. This webinar will address head-on the most fundamental problem most people have: “How to effectively communicate” understanding the introvert and extrovert personality types. We will explore the critical elements of the effective communicator. How do you develop these traits and how do you use communication to accomplish great things through other people. AREAS COVERED • How to read people - managing introverts and extroverts at work • Understanding group dynamics • Helping people make worthwhile contributions • Managing the introvert and extrovert personality differences smoothly and toward results • Defining and exploring goals and fears • Developing individuals abilities and perceptions • Getting everyone to pull together in the same direction LEARNING OBJECTIVES To become an effective communicator and leader in meetings and every other occasion you must be able to identify and relate to each person uniquely and individually. It is an art that can be developed. WHO WILL BENEFIT Only those people who work with other people. Everyone that is in contact with customers, co-workers, and vendors will benefit. • Project Manager • CEO Operations Manager • HR Manager • Labor Relations • Employment Manager • Technical Recruiter • Staffing • Chief People Officer • Talent Acquisition • Supervisor Use Promo Code MKT10N and get flat 10% discount on all purchases To Register (or) for more details please click on this below link: Email: Toll Free: +1-888-300-8494 Tel: +1-720-996-1616 Fax: +1-888-909-1882

Encouraging Optimal Communication Between Introverts and Extroverts in Meetings will be held in Aurora,United States on date 2019-08-20

Deadline for abstracts/proposals : 20th August 2019

Organized By :Training Doyens

Keynote Speakers : David Rohlander's passion is helping executives create a masterpiece personally and professionally. That's why he wrote, "The CEO Code," a Best Seller on AMAZON. That success resulted in Penguin/Alpha Books asking David to write "IDIOT'S GUIDES: Management Skills" released in December 2014.

Venue :Training Doyens, 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016, USA

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