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Regis PMI South Roundtable VIRTUAL


Topic. Communicating for the Bottom Line: How Communication Impacts Human and Financial Performance

Synopsis.  In this presentation your members will learn that there are actually “hard” measurable impacts to how we communicate. That is a dollar impact as well as the impact to our well-being. They will also gain an understanding of the neurological response of communication. In particular how communication lights up and excites our creative and collaborative selves OR how it can shut us down and create distrust, fear and poor performance. The workshop ends with the four pillars of inspired communication. Your members will learn through a combination of exercises and shared experience how they can communicate for a positive impact.

 Learning Objectives.  In this fast-moving program attendees will learn:

  • How to measure the impact that communication has
  • The psychology and biology of communication
  • How to communicate with confidence, influence and impact
  • How deliver feedback that gets results, without driving staff away
  • Master the essential conversations for team performance

Speaker.  John Gies, Executive Coach, CPC, www.Johngies.com


About the Speaker.  John is a Professional Thinking Partner helping individuals and organizations build award winning teams by teaching them the power of communication in order to advance their careers.

John learned his communication skills in the crucible of business and sales, where your ability to communicate determined if you were getting paid or not. He has held sales and sales leadership positions for over 30 years and continues to work with leaders from across all industries to improve communication and leadership effectiveness. Today he is inspired by working with Socially Conscious organizations to create effective teams and performance.

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Type of activity: Webinar

Date: September 23rd, 2020

Hour: 12:00PM to 1:30PM

Number of PDUs: 1.5


Members: Free

Non members: Free