Date(s) - 03/15/2019 - 04/08/2019
9:00 am - 3:00 am
Seaport Hotel Boston
As an executive working your way up the professional ladder, you need to be able to:
It takes education, tools and practice to build new habits and work toward becoming an effective communicator and listener. The Master Class series at University of Massachusetts’ Center for Collaboration brings an all-star line-up of subject matter experts to provide leaders with insights, tools and practical hands-on learning to help them communicate effectively within their organization. This year’s offering includes the following master classes:
Participants learned to use the skill sets of improvisation to become a better and more active listener. Facilitated by Norm Laviolette and Ceara O’Sullivan of the Improv Asylum.
Participants learned to increase their ability and willingness to have candid conversations on important issues affecting their organization. Facilitated by Amy Rebecca Gay, PhD, Organizational Consultant at The Mediation Group.
Participants learned to manage their thoughts, feelings and energy for peak performance to say and do what’s important when it matters most. Facilitated by Rachel Rice, MBA, Founder of Five Rhythms Consulting.
Participants examined the barriers and challenges to effective communication across cultures, genders, and styles. Facilitated by Su Joun, MBA, Principal at Diversity@Workplace Consulting Group.