Presented by Dale Carnegie
In order to inspire, energize, and organize the efforts of others, leaders need to communicate through listening, facilitating, and speaking. Leaders not only communicate their message, they are their message, by their preparedness, enthusiasm, skill, and confidence. Leaders who are better able to get their message across make positive leadership impressions with every interaction.
Managers and leaders need to be able to communicate effectively in order to engage, lead and connect with others. This requires listening effectively, avoiding filters or biases, rephrasing, and speaking persuasively. Exceptional listening skills and the ability to influence others make the difference between good and great leaders. Pure listening builds trust, credibility, and respect as when a person is fully listening, instead of trying to compose a response, the result is a relevant, authentic, and on-target response. What we say is proof of how well we listen.
In this workshop we will work on three aspects of leadership communication: listening, participating in and facilitating meetings, and speaking. Participants will learn how to listen with a purpose, how to engage others professionally when participating in and leading meetings, and guidelines for speaking as a leader.
Each participant will leave with a plan to implement several ideas from the workshop and begin making a difference in the leadership style.
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