Through interactive exercises and real-time feedback, you’ll learn how to organize a persuasive and motivating message. As a direct result of applying these concepts and using this new lens, you can turn your focus to building consensus, motivating others, and emphasizing your persuasiveness.
Leadership Communication in a Virtual World
This online program provides the tools and techniques designed to enhance personal communication style while challenging participants to step outside of their comfort zone to adapt to the needs of any audience.
Four Sessions – Every Thursday, Registration Closes On
Thursday, September 1, 2022 @ 11:59 PM
Jill Abruzese Slye has over 30 years’ experience in business and teaches in multiple capacities across various schools at Harvard University. Her classes cover topics such as the fundamentals of public speaking, advanced public speaking, and leadership communication. Jill is the founder of a global public speaking coaching company, A Sounding Board, LLC. Her many clients include executives and employees from businesses including marketing firms, financial institutions, hospitals, technology and medical device companies, law firms, and non- profit organizations. In 2020, Jill was awarded the Petra Shattuck Excellence in Teaching Award and published her book, Reinvesting in your Rhetoric, which serves as an executive summary of what she teaches and provides a takeaway for her clients and students. Most recently, Harvard Kennedy School invited her to be a Public Speaking Consultant.
You’ll learn to better analyze the tools of effective communication: listening, empathy, storytelling, building rapport, and leading others across the finish line.
By learning to become a better influencer of those around you in your professional life, you’ll better understand your audience and improve your connectivity while engaging your teams and adapting to the changing norms of communication – virtually or in person.
Interpersonal Communication – Strategies for Executives
In a world where digital transformation is rapidly changing businesses and how professionals communicate in the workplace, effective communication is becoming an increasingly important skill. Moreover, it plays an essential role in maintaining interpersonal relationships in the corporate context and navigating complexities that may arise due to adopting new technology.
The Interpersonal Communication: Strategies for Executives online short course from the MIT Sloan School of Management uses research and practice-based methods to improve your communication skills in a variety of contexts.
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You will learn about the RELATE Framework, developed at MIT Sloan to support a scalable communication strategy. This dynamic approach will guide you in connecting and communicating with different audiences to achieve effective business practices.
Yes, this course will help you refine your personal leadership narrative, explore cross-cultural communication, and outline methods for managing difficult conversations.
This program is for those who want to gain practical skills, improve in their current role, navigate complexities, and add business value.
This program is aimed at senior managers, executives, and business leaders looking to build their communication abilities to meet the needs of an increasingly complex, digitized world, both in person and online.
University of Pennsylvania: Improving Communication Skills
Learn how to communicate more effectively at work and achieve your goals. Improving Communications Skills is an introductory course designed to give you the tools you need to improve your communication skills and the most successful strategies for using them to your advantage. You’ll learn how to discover if someone is lying (and how to react if they are), how to develop trust, the best method of communication for negotiation, and how to apologize.
You’ll also learn when to, how to create persuasive messages, ask thoughtful questions, engage in active listening, and choose the suitable medium (face-to-face conversation, video conference, phone call, or email) for your messages. By the end of the course, you will develop the critical communication skills you need to get ahead in business and life.
Yes, you will learn how to determine which communication approach is best to used based on different situations.
Yes, you will explore how to gain and build trust to develop cooperation and understand why this is critical to improving communication.
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