NPO CONNECT April Meeting – High Impact Organizational Communication
April 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
LET’S TALK ABOUT: High Impact Organizational Communication
Effective communication is the single most important predictor of success for interpersonal relationships on the job. Often, chronic conflict, reduced teamwork, job stress and an overall impaired work culture in any nonprofit can be attributed to poor communication styles among individuals and between groups and departments.
Yet communication is frequently taken for granted, as an activity that is learned early in life, and very little of our educational or nonprofit professional training experience is devoted to the crucial process of communicating. This webinar is a short-shot, fast-paced, high impact webinar that teaches the characteristics of effective communication… talking so others will listen and listening so others will talk!
Key Learning Objectives: Participants will…
Gain a better understanding of effective and ineffective communication styles
Learn four listening styles that will increase the quality and quantity of communication in any relationship
Learn new, productive communication styles that are immediately applicable in any work setting
Meet the Speaker:
John Curtis, Ph.D. founded IOD, Inc. in 1986 and he has 30+ years of experience providing capacity building and fundraising services to nonprofit organizations of all types and sizes. He also teaches fundraising, strategic planning, board development, and change management for the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy at Rollins College in Florida and the Duke Nonprofit Management Program in North Carolina and Virginia.