Communicate with Power, Tone up Your Skills

AIChE Webinar
Originally delivered Dec 2, 2009

We all communicate every waking hour of our day. In these communications we “sell” ourselves and our organizations. Yet we are often rushed and fall back on a style with which we are most comfortable. That comfortable style may or may not be appropriate for the particular situation or person we are addressing. Judging how correct it is has become all the more challenging since we all use electronic media.

This webinar presents ways to tone up your skills by organizing your thoughts and messages to be most effective in this age of fast communications. It will not address twittering or texting, but concentrate on identification of the recipient, types of communications, how to frame a message to address a particular need and the effective use of visual aids. After finishing the webinar you should be able to frame your communication to best present yourself, your organization, and your message.

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