Effective Communications to Build Relationships, Engagement & Understanding
Whether it’s interacting with a donor, a regulator, a co-worker, a supervisor or a supervisee, the most successful people are the best communicators. That includes not only the messages you deliver, but also how you listen and react to others.
Most of us recognize the need to continue to hone our specific job skills, but often neglect the skill set that can truly make a difference in our success, and the success of our organization – our ability to say what we mean, understand what others are conveying to us and ensure that others receive our messages as intended.
Forbes magazine recently cited “strong communication skills” as the #2 attribute people need to succeed at work, indicating that solid communication isn’t a so-called soft skill, but an essential for successful interactions with both internal and external audiences.
This class, will challenge you to recognize your communication style and how you give and receive messages, as you focus on specific ways to improve your communications skills.
Please note this class has a snow date of 3/6/2018. If we have to cancel this class due to inclement weather it will be moved to this date but it will not necessarily be held at the same location.
Date: January 10th, 2018
Location: La Salle University - Metroplex Corporate Center
Address: 4000 Chemical Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
Lynne A. Texter, Ph.D. is currently Interim Director of La Salle University’s School of Arts and Sciences, after having served as chair of the Department of Communication and associate professor. An award-winning educator with over 20 years of teaching experience in the U.S., Czech Republic, Switzerland and Greece, she consults with a variety of organizations, including the New York State Department of Health, the Association of Government Accountants, JEVS, Habitat for Humanity/Germantown, Siloam Ministries, and the Kelly Anne Dolan Foundation. She received her Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo and her Master’s from the Newhouse School of Communication