Total Credits: 1 including 1 Business Management & Organization - Non-technical
Being a leader often requires having difficult conversations and negotiating the boundaries of relationships and organizational needs. Navigating conversations where one person wants another to change behavior can be quite tricky. How do you do this in the most effective way, without making it personal, and in a way that simultaneously gets buy-in and results in direct action? In this session, we'll uncover a handful of strategies to drive results with your communication.
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Jill Schiefelbein, The Dynamic Communicator(R), thrives at the intersection of communication, education, and technology. From analyzing classified documents obtained from military raids of terrorist camps to assess jihad messaging strategies, to teaching business communication for 11 years at the largest university in the country, to starting and managing an online education office serving 60,000+ students, to her own award-winning entrepreneurial ventures, Jill successfully creates and executes communication strategies help people and companies solve problems, retain and develop consumers, and enhance the bottom line.
Jill is co-author of the textbook Business and Professional Communication in the Global Workplace, has a widely viewed presence on YouTube, and is an official video partner and contributing writer for Entrepreneur(R). Her next book, Dynamic Communication: Strategies to Grow, Manage, and Lead Your Business, will hit bookstores in May 2017. Learn more at http://thedynamiccommunicator.com and follow Jill on Twitter @dyanmicjill.
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