Communicating Effectively Over Distance
September 23 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am$99
Communication is the foundation of effective remote work. Keeping employees engaged and connected while enabling ownership, it increases the probability of quality, efficient work. However, distance is often hard to overcome and whether you are a supervisor or employee, work can suffer.
The STRIVE Group can help!
Broken into easily digestible moments, this 90-minute online session showcases the subtle adaptations we can make to improve communication with remote colleagues, clients or business partners. Ideal for any employee, this interactive session provides participants pragmatic tools and ideas to immediately repair, build or sustain quality and productive professional relationships.
Identify, understand and thoughtfully prepare for the multiple types of communication in the workplace
Understand the power of communication cues and learn how to better utilize signals when in-person engagement is not possible
Learn how to prevent or mitigate barriers that are hindering effective remote communication
This class is conducted live online via video conference with effective, takeaway segments designed for engaging, interactive learning.
About the Instructor:
Heather Kinzie serves as the Chief Operating Officer for The STRIVE Group. With more than twenty years of organizational and workforce performance experience, Kinzie offers consultation; facilitation and mediation; content development and training; and coaching to clients around the country. She oversees a team of experts who utilize a broad, systematic and collaborative approach to analysis, problem solving and consultation.
Recognizing the critical importance of leadership, communication and effective engagement among teams, Kinzie has spent years learning, applying, evaluating and refining her theories on group dynamics, relationships, problem solving and motivation. Kinzie’s clients appreciate her authenticity and creative, pragmatic insights and ideas to improve their leadership abilities, their teams and ultimately their organizations.