What did you just Say?
An exploration of how focused listening can improve project accountability and results
One of the key skills a project manager must have is listening as they are responsible for the flow of information. Improving this skill is key to minimize uncertainty, identify risks and optimize opportunities. Project managers need to understand verbal and non-verbal messages and not rush to judgement. This presentation will discuss the three types of listening and provide attendees opportunities to practice their listening skills.
Grace Flannery, MS, CPCC, ORSCC is a coach, consultant and trainer whose work supports leaders to create high performing organizations. She began her career as a biophysical chemist and left the sciences to work on societal relationships – as an activist and leader in social service and social justice organizations. Following two decades in non-profit leadership, her interest shifted to supporting leaders. She founded her company Leading Spirit in 1999 to offer coaching and consulting services and now helps her clients understand how culture and the work environment impact staff and productivity, and supports them as they shift their culture to improve outcomes.
Thursday, September 28, 2017
11:30PM – 1:00PM
Hs. Lordship’s Restaurant
199 Seawall Drive, Berkeley, CA 94710
$25.00 On-Line Registration
September 26, 2017
Registration is a commitment to pay and no-shows will be invoiced accordingly. Cancellation for refund will be accepted with a 72-hour written notification prior to the cut off of the event's pre-registration period.
Event Date & Time:9/28/2017 11:30 AM - 9/28/2017 1:00 PM
Venue :HS Lordship's Restaurant
199 Seawall Drive
Berkeley , CA , 94710
Contact Person :Mimi Tse Lai
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : (510) 932-3203
Company : APWA NorCal
Title : Chapter Administrator
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