The Lens Through Which We See the World

Recognize the variables which significantly impact how we communicate and identify the key to communication evolution

Thursday, April 16, 2020
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM AKDT

The Lens Through Which We See the World

Communication miscues and misunderstandings are the most common cause of frustration in the workplace. This four-hour class will explore participant hardwiring to better understand why people do what they do, how it may aggravate others and impede communication. The instructor will provide tools for improving communication.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify why we really see situations differently than others
  • Learn the key to improving communication exchange
  • Understand subtle nuances that shape behaviors and communication style
  • Identify, and dial back, unconscious nuances that may aggravate others
  • Identify what impedes communication
  • Improve personal communication by identifying how others prefer to focus, receive information, make decisions and pace their work

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.


About the Instructor

Karen Kirk

Karen Kirk has more than 25 years of experience advising CEO’s, directors, managers and their teams throughout Alaska, Canada and around the Lower 48. She has developed customized professional training programs, keynotes and retreats; facilitated strategic planning processes and counseled and coached executives through advancement and change processes. Kirk holds a masters in Counseling & Guidance; a bachelors in Education & Theater; and certifications in MBTI (Myers & Briggs Type Indicator) and ACE (American Council on Exercise)

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