Communication Strategies to Get Noticed and Heard: Advocating Your Ideas with Clarity
Includes a Live Web Event on 07/05/2023 at 10:30 AM (CDT)
- Non-member - $49
- Member - Free!
- Freeman Member - Free!
Great leaders and great employees want success. They want to collaborate, share ideas and most of all be heard. How do we learn to leverage and adapt our communication styles to effectively work with others that have different styles of communicating? How do we construct our ideas and messaging with clarity to get our voices heard and our messaging across? How can we come across as influential?
Join this informative webinar and hear from Nikki Evans, Chief Thought Provoker with Ridgeline Coaching, as she discusses strategies to do just that. Walk away with strategies on how you can get others to understand your ideas and feedback and take action on supporting those ideas. It’s all about communication styles and how you speak with one another, but most importantly, how you get them to listen beyond, just the words you are saying. Learn how to use effective techniques that allow you to adapt each communication style in your work relationships for greater success.
After participating in this session, you will be able to:
- Identify your primary personal communication style.
- Understand and identify communication styles of others.
- Create more impactful relationships and conversations by adapting your communication style to meet the needs of others.
This session/course/webinar is eligible for 1 clock hour towards CEM recertification.
IAEE webinars are free to members and available to non-members for $49.
Nikki Evans, PCC
CEO & Chief Thought Provoker
With 20 years of experience in corporate information technology (IT) leadership positions, Nikki Heise understands the language and challenges of technology leaders. She has seen brilliant technologists held back because they lack some of the soft skills required to succeed as a leader. She thrives on building connections between leaders at any level and their teams, customers and partners. Creating workplace environments where people enjoy coming to work, are productive and feel like they are making a difference is her passion. She wants people to have more of what they want in their careers.
Nikki holds a certification from IPEC as a professional coach. She is also an Energy Leadership Master Practitioner. She is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and adheres to the ICF code of ethics. Nikki holds an MBA from Georgia State and a BA in Psychology from the University of Georgia.