Fri, Jun 02|
Neuroscience of "How to Be Awesome" at Communication
Learn how to use neuroscience "hacks" to help increase your Conversational IQ, overcome typical setbacks and create enriching relations at work and home.
Time & Location
Jun 02, 2023, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
About the event
Are you tired of feeling misunderstood or frustrated in your conversations?
Research shows that 86% of communication is nonverbal, which means our tone, body language, and internal states are the most significant factors impacting our impact.
But how can we improve our communication skills when we can't see or hear ourselves accurately?
Join us for the Neuroscience of Communication Workshop, where you'll learn how to decode language, avoid common communication pitfalls, and become a better listener.
Notable leaders have unconscious speaking patterns that limit their message and capacity to influence, and poor listening skills can result in increased turnover, silos, and poor performance. By becoming more self-aware, you can avoid these issues and improve your performance at work and in your relationships.
During this highly effective foundational training, you'll learn 12 tips for effective communication based on our brain wiring. You'll practice conscious speaking, whole-hearted listening, compassionate interruption and redirection, self-pacing, affective tone, and involving listeners. You'll also learn how to share gratitude and make repairs when mistakes occur.
This workshop is transformative for cross-functional groups that desire better communication and impact. Don't miss out on this opportunity to improve your communication skills and become a more effective leader. Spots are filling up quickly, so register now!
The Neuroscience of Communication Workshop Outcomes:
- Understand how the human brain decodes language and avoid common pitfalls.
- Leverage 12 tips of effective communication based on our brain wiring.
- Focus on getting better at both conscious speaking and whole-hearted listening in real-time.
- Practice compassionate interruption and redirection, self-pacing, affective tone, and involving listeners.
- Practice sharing gratitude and making repairs when mistakes occur.
This webinar is a highly effective foundational training for all human beings. Great to utlize within teams and family systems. It is also transformative for a cross-functional groups that desire better communication and impact.
Neuroscience of CommunicationFrom $100.00 to $150.00
- $100.00+$2.50 service fee
- $150.00+$3.75 service fee