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How To Communicate With Tact And Professionalism

SKU:SM-1003614
Format: In-Person Seminar
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How To Communicate With Tact And Professionalism

The leaders in your organization are the people who share a particular skill: the ability to communicate effectively.

Experts agree that the movers and shakers who climb the corporate ladder fastest are the ones who can relate easily to everyone, present their ideas with conviction and charisma, and emerge from almost every personal interaction on a high note.

Essentially, they've mastered the art of "connecting" with people in ways that almost always yield positive results. They:

  • Realize that diplomacy works far better than brute force
  • Know how to help people "get it" the first time
  • Can empathize, and they know how to get the support they need
  • Don't waste time rehashing instructions or entering into arguments that go nowhere
  • Listen first and act second — not the other way around
Emerge A Far More Powerful Communicator

We'll demonstrate and drive home the essential skills you need to become a more polished, persuasive communicator. You'll gain insights into everything from making a good impression … to motivating people...to intervening in tense situations.

Attend this two-day seminar to improve your communication skills. It is packed with one great idea after another, and you'll leave amazed at your new communication skills — and eager to apply everything you've learned.


AGENDA

Day 1

Becoming an exceptional listener

  • How to grasp what is not being said — but implied
  • The advantages of withholding judgment until the end of a situation
  • Easy-to-use reminders that fix your attention on the speaker
  • How and when to use open-ended, closed-ended, curiosity, and clarifying questions

Tailoring a message to fit your audience

  • How to break up your message into manageable pieces for maximum impact
  • Different strategies for different audiences (staff members, peers, and supervisors)
  • Specific language that prevents mixed messages
  • Why you must anticipate what your audience wants — and know how to provide it

Using nonverbal communication

  • How to complement your message with nonverbal communication
  • Ways to interpret nonverbal behaviors for a deeper understanding of what's being said
  • How to make sure your verbal message is consistent with your nonverbal message

Understanding how your behavior influences others

  • How to fix situations — not people
  • The value of challenging familiar routines and behaviors
  • How to uncover hidden agendas, influence outcomes, and overcome conflicts

Giving and receiving feedback

  • How to evaluate criticism — what to take to heart, what you can safely ignore
  • Ways to handle unjust criticism and rejection
  • The kind of feedback to use for the fastest results

Day 2

Writing for impact and clarity

  • How to enhance your credibility through well-crafted memos, letters, and e-mails
  • The best way to convey rejection and bad news — and still come out looking good
  • Powerful writing techniques that persuade people and affect outcomes

Connecting with different types of people, from boss to spouse

  • How to interact more effectively with your supervisors — especially your immediate boss
  • How to successfully handle a tirade
  • Ways to deal with bullies, liars, and other difficult people

Communicating in a diverse environment

  • A look at diversity in the workplace — how to keep differences in age, gender, race, and culture from hindering communication
  • The key to staying focused on outcomes instead of stylistic differences
  • Tips to help you overcome strong emotional responses to cultural collisions

Boosting your "power of persuasion"

  • The first deadly sin of communication — how to resist the temptation
  • How to get the support you need for your projects and proposals
  • The best way to use stories, case studies, and other anecdotal information
  • Why you should build a "trust account" — and when to draw on it

Framing your message in the positive

  • The best way to frame an unwelcome message
  • How to say "no" without feeling guilty or upsetting the other party
  • The infectious synergy of positive thinking

Licenses / Designations / Educational Credits:CEU
All US States: 1.2

CPE
All US States: 12

HRCI Recertification Credits
All US States: 11

PDU
All US States: 11
About The Provider: Fred Pryor Seminars and CareerTrack, divisions of PARK University Enterprises, Inc., create one of the most respected international providers of professional seminars.

Since pioneering the one-day seminar in 1970 as Fred Pryor Seminars, our organization has built a reputation for high-quality, convenient, and practical business-skills training around the world, in every industry and sector.

Today, with more than 8 million satisfied customers, we continue to pride ourselves in providing the superior training you've come to expect from Fred Pryor Seminars and CareerTrack. Our cutting-edge research and course development are designed to meet the adult learning needs of your employees and your organization.

Fred Pryor Seminars and CareerTrack are your number one choices for training because we offer:
  • In-depth experience in the training industry
  • Consistent and comprehensive course offerings
  • High-energy and content-rich presentations
  • Multiple training tools, including on-site training, on-line learning, seminars, and A/V products
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!
As we continue to grow, expand, and change to meet client and market needs, we always remember that every individual customer matters and that collectively, they are our most valuable assets. That's why our goal is the same today as it was 30 years ago — to provide the best choice in business skills training with maximum convenience to help you — our customer — achieve success!
Price: $299.00
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Course TitleCity/StateDate
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismSanta Barbara, CA11/27/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismPortland, OR11/27/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismAustin, TX11/27/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismSan Luis Obispo, CA11/28/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismDayton, OH11/28/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismHouston, TX11/29/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismTacoma, WA11/29/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismCarlsbad, CA11/30/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismCincinnati, OH11/30/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismVentura, CA11/30/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismBloomington, MN12/4/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismSt. Louis, MO12/5/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismSouthfield, MI12/5/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismEau Claire, WI12/6/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismGrand Rapids, MI12/7/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismOverland Park, KS12/7/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismSt. Cloud, MN12/11/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismAnn Arbor, MI12/11/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismDes Moines, IA12/12/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismFort Wayne, IN12/13/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismFargo, ND12/13/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismOmaha, NE12/14/2017
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismHartford, CT1/9/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismWorcester, MA1/11/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismMilwaukee, WI1/16/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismWoburn, MA1/16/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismTaunton, MA1/18/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismOak Brook, IL1/18/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismPhoenix, AZ1/30/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismAlbuquerque, NM2/1/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismKing of Prussia, PA2/5/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismMiami, FL2/6/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismCherry Hill, NJ2/7/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismFort Lauderdale, FL2/8/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismAllentown, PA2/13/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismLancaster, PA2/15/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismTampa, FL2/26/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismMontgomery, AL2/27/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismOrlando, FL2/28/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismBirmingham, AL3/1/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismHouston, TX3/5/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismRaleigh, NC3/5/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismWilmington, NC3/7/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismSan Antonio, TX3/7/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismTacoma, WA3/13/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismFayetteville, NC3/13/2018
How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismCharleston, SC3/15/2018
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How To Communicate With Tact And ProfessionalismAustin, TX3/19/2018
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