Workplace Communication That Work: Tactics For Meaningful & Impactful Conversations

Impactful Communication Tactics for Clarity and Brevity!

Instructor :
Janet Parnes

Webinar ID:
14583

Date: APR 29, 2024 (MON)

Start Time: 10 am PT

Duration: 1 Hr.

What you will learn

  • How to Start up, Maintain, and End A Conversation Gracefully
  • How to Avoid Everyday Conversation Pitfalls, Make co-worker small talk
  • How to Guide Oneself Through Awkward Conversations
  • Add A Slightly Personal Touch to Emails and Texts…
  • How to Start up, Maintain, and End A Conversation Gracefully
  • How to Avoid Everyday Conversation Pitfalls, Make co-worker small talk
  • How to Guide Oneself Through Awkward Conversations
  • Add A Slightly Personal Touch to Emails and Texts
  • Navigate Through Conversation Quandaries in A Professional Manner—Honest Yet Diplomatic
  • Create An Atmosphere in Which Co-Workers Feel Others Care About Them As People.
  • How to Create Connection Virtually and So Much More..

Course Description

  • Are you concerned about the way your team members speak (or do not speak) to each other?

They “talk shop” with each other but do not engage in friendly social conversation—talk about vacation, the kids, and a great Thai restaurant.

They are not building co-worker connections. There is no camaraderie, slaps on the back, or laughter. As a result, employees feel isolated, unsupported, and undervalued. They feel like workers, not co-workers.

Workers do not know how to speak to others in a way that makes them feel valued, understood, and heard!!

This price pay includes:

  • Prospects for an individual’s career advancement are dim
  • Team vibrancy and, thus, motivation is in short supply
  • Co-workers come across as cold and uncaring
  • The individual, team, and organization lose out because the personal dimension in co-worker relationships is absent

In this webinar, Janet Parnes, a Workplace Relationship Coach, will teach participants how to:

  • Navigate through conversation quandaries in a professional manner—honest yet diplomatic.
  • Avoid everyday conversation pitfalls.
  • Add a slightly personal touch to emails and texts.
  • Create an atmosphere in which co-workers feel others care about them as people.

Join us now!

  • Are you concerned about the way your team members speak (or do not speak) to each other?

They “talk shop” with each other but do not engage in friendly social conversation—talk about vacation, the kids, and a great Thai restaurant.

They are not building co-worker connections. There is no camaraderie, slaps on the back, or laughter. As a result, employees feel isolated, unsupported, and undervalued. They feel like workers, not co-workers.

Workers do not know how to speak to others in a way that makes them feel valued, understood, and heard!!

This price pay includes:

  • Prospects for an individual’s career advancement are dim
  • Team vibrancy and, thus, motivation is in short supply
  • Co-workers come across as cold and uncaring
  • The individual, team, and organization lose out because the personal dimension in co-worker relationships is absent

In this webinar, Janet Parnes, a Workplace Relationship Coach, will teach participants how to:

  • Navigate through conversation quandaries in a professional manner—honest yet diplomatic.
  • Avoid everyday conversation pitfalls.
  • Add a slightly personal touch to emails and texts.
  • Create an atmosphere in which co-workers feel others care about them as people.

Join us now!

Why you should attend

Discover how the way we talk affects the way we work. You’ll learn breakthrough techniques to end the habits that lead to miscommunication and misunderstanding.

Co-workers should attend who:

  • Can speak with co-work about work-related issues but then hit a brick wall
  • Have tried to hold easy “how are ya” conversations and stopped because they either found it too awkward or embarrassed themselves
  • Feel personally and professionally unfulfilled because they are unconnected
  • Avoid after-work fun events because they don’t know how to make small talk with co-workers.
  • Are not recognized for their contributions (and fail to acknowledge the contributions of others) because they isolate.
  • Want to develop a reputation that will help them achieve their career goals are held back because they blend into the workspace background.
  • Wish they felt like part of the team
  • Speak their mind but do not know to do so respectfully
  • Want to be valued, understood, and heard.

Join Ms. Parnes to learn effective strategies to start up, maintain, and end a conversation gracefully.

Register Now!

Discover how the way we talk affects the way we work. You’ll learn breakthrough techniques to end the habits that lead to miscommunication and misunderstanding.

Co-workers should attend who:

  • Can speak with co-work about work-related issues but then hit a brick wall
  • Have tried to hold easy “how are ya” conversations and stopped because they either found it too awkward or embarrassed themselves
  • Feel personally and professionally unfulfilled because they are unconnected
  • Avoid after-work fun events because they don’t know how to make small talk with co-workers.
  • Are not recognized for their contributions (and fail to acknowledge the contributions of others) because they isolate.
  • Want to develop a reputation that will help them achieve their career goals are held back because they blend into the workspace background.
  • Wish they felt like part of the team
  • Speak their mind but do not know to do so respectfully
  • Want to be valued, understood, and heard.

Join Ms. Parnes to learn effective strategies to start up, maintain, and end a conversation gracefully.

Register Now!

Course Agenda

How to:

  • Start up, maintain, and end a conversation gracefully
  • Navigate through dilemmas such as nonstop talking, insults, a difference of opinion
  • Listen to be heard and make another feel heard
  • Make co-worker small talk
  • Incorporate words/phrases that grab attention and make messages memorable
  • Replace everyday words/phrases that sound unprofessional
  • Avoid often used words that have unintended consequences
  • Harness the power of body language; its power to make a silent imprint
  • Guide oneself through awkward conversations such as delivering bad news, requesting help, and apologizing with dignity
  • Warm up emails with one word
  • Create connection virtually and so much more…

BONUS:

  • PDF copy of the presentation handout for your future reference.
  • Soft copy of the certificate of completion on request.
  • Q&A Session with the Presenter: Get your pressing questions answered verbally, via chat or email.

How to:

  • Start up, maintain, and end a conversation gracefully
  • Navigate through dilemmas such as nonstop talking, insults, a difference of opinion
  • Listen to be heard and make another feel heard
  • Make co-worker small talk
  • Incorporate words/phrases that grab attention and make messages memorable
  • Replace everyday words/phrases that sound unprofessional
  • Avoid often used words that have unintended consequences
  • Harness the power of body language; its power to make a silent imprint
  • Guide oneself through awkward conversations such as delivering bad news, requesting help, and apologizing with dignity
  • Warm up emails with one word
  • Create connection virtually and so much more…

BONUS:

  • PDF copy of the presentation handout for your future reference.
  • Soft copy of the certificate of completion on request.
  • Q&A Session with the Presenter: Get your pressing questions answered verbally, via chat or email.

Who is this course for

Everybody benefits from watching this. Even better when done as a group!

  • Leaders seeking to inspire and build engagement at the workplace
  • Managers wanting to improve the performance of their team
  • HR people looking to collaborate with their employees
  • Leaders who are looking to level up their skills
  • CEO’s and entrepreneurs looking to improve their business
  • Professionals who finds lack of collaboration at work
  • Anyone interested in what makes a team work

Everybody benefits from watching this. Even better when done as a group!

  • Leaders seeking to inspire and build engagement at the workplace
  • Managers wanting to improve the performance of their team
  • HR people looking to collaborate with their employees
  • Leaders who are looking to level up their skills
  • CEO’s and entrepreneurs looking to improve their business
  • Professionals who finds lack of collaboration at work
  • Anyone interested in what makes a team work

Instructor Profile

Janet Parnes, a Workplace relationship expert, equips professionals with skills that turn conversations into valuable connections with co-workers, colleagues, and clients. A graduate of The Protocol School of Washington®, she brings 15 years of experience working with clients from a range of industries including higher education, real estate, STEM, law, and architecture.

Janet Parnes, a Workplace relationship expert, equips professionals with skills that turn conversations into valuable connections with co-workers, colleagues, and clients.

A graduate of The Protocol School of Washington®, she brings 15 years of experience working with clients from a range of industries including higher education, real estate, STEM, law, and architecture.

Janet’s background in sales and public relations, combined with her speaker training, positions her to create a paradigm shift in the way we create meaningful professional connections.

Janet formed her company Janet .L. Parnes, Etiquette Consultant in response to a growing need: we can contact people just about anywhere, anytime—yet, we’re losing the art of making connections. This is costing us, for connections are critical in achieving our career goals.

As a professional storyteller, Janet entertains and educates audiences with tales of missteps, misspeaks, and misunderstandings – some of them her own!

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