Optimising the communication in your team has never been more important. With most of us working flexibly, many of us from home, we often hear that communication is one of the biggest challenges for leaders and managers. And that's why we’ve developed a virtual workshop to help you be more effective.
Held in the second Wednesday every month, this 2.5 hour very practical and interactive workshop you’ll discover:
What your personal Communication Style is, your unique communication strengths and how to best leverage this particularly through this pandemic. You'll also learn to quickly identify the Communication Styles of those you engage with - this skill set is helpful with colleagues, but also family and friends!
Why having a Team Charter is essential and how to develop it. In this workshop you will draft your own Team Charter outline - this will give you a head start when having the discussion with your team.
Strategies to immediately optimise communication in your team and workplace. We will also share with you virtual team building activities that will enhance team communication.
Maximising your communication effectiveness in meetings - both in person and online. Learn how to build rapport (incl. virtually), make space for people to contribute and have more confidence when presenting publicaly.
Spaces are limited in the workshop are limited and registrations close the Sunday prior.
The workshop is being held via Zoom on between 10.00am - 12.30pm (AEST) on Wednesday: 10 March, 14 April, 12 May, 9 June, 14 July, 11 August, 8 September, 13 October, 10 November, 8 December.
"Loved the tailored activities and scenarios - very helpful and practical to understand different perspectives."
"A great opportunity to step away and to look at the team and our work from a different perspective - an empowering and collaborative way to improve work life balance and productivity for everyone." - Jennifer Nobbs, IHPA
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