Getting to Better Collaboration
In a world full of apps and programs, the ability to communicate at a face-to-face level is becoming a lost art, making it more valuable than ever. And yet, our colleagues’ success and efficiency are often central to our own success, so we may find ourselves in a position where we need to teach, train, or share information with our coworkers – a particularly challenging type of communication. No two people are the same, so it’s natural that people absorb information in different ways. Rapport and trust are vital to someone being open to learn what’s being shared. By using a knowledge of different learning styles, you can boost your interpersonal communications so that you build rapport, transmit information better, and increase understanding.
Attendees will learn:
- How to identify someone’s preferred learning habits
- How to build a rapport with nearly anyone
- How to acknowledge generational strengths and weaknesses, without blame, to create better training or share information better so everyone moves forward together