Effective Communication:

Understanding that what is said is not necessarily what is heard

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM AKDT

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Effective Communication: Understanding that what is said is not necessarily what is heard

An effective supervisor is a good communicator, but often this competency is not well developed. Strong and effective communication enables employees to clearly understand their roles and responsibilities, and serves to demonstrate respect while building stronger supervisor-employee relationships. Finally, it enables ownership, quality, and engagement. This four-hour class highlights the types of communication a supervisor should master, the cues needed to clarify the message, and active listening techniques to ensure understanding. Finally, it showcases solutions to overcome barriers.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify, understand and prepare for the multiple types of communication in the workplace
  • Know how to ensure communication cues are consistent and supportive of the message
  • Recognize and demonstrate active listening techniques to ensure clarity in communication
  • Prevent or mitigate barriers to effective communication

Attendees have the option of attending in-person or via web/video conference. If interested in attending via web/video conference, please contact us at 907-677-5532.

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About the Instructor

Heather Kinzie

Heather Kinzie, SHRM-SCP, serves as the Chief Operating Officer for The Strive Group. With more than 20 years of experience focusing organizational performance, Kinzie offers consulting, coaching, content development and training to clients. Recognizing the critical importance of leadership, communication and effective collaboration among teams, Kinzie is committed to helping clients understand their strengths and vulnerabilities to improve their own and their team’s engagement and performance.

The STRIVE Group

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