Workshop on Effective Communication Skills organized by YEP
|February 8, 2018||Posted by Assegid under Africa, Announcements, Communication, Ethiopia, Events, Leadership, Success, Updates||
When: February 15, 2018
Where: Marriott Marquis 901 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington DC
Organizer: Your Ethiopian Professionals (YEP) Networks Web: http://yepnetworks.org/
Facilitator: Assegid Habtewold
One of the most respected motivational speakers- Les Brown, said: “Effective communication is the number one tool to succeed in any endeavor.” More than we would like to admit, we all communicate at home, in the neighbor, work, and marketplaces.The question is whether our communication is effective or not; whether we are getting the results we’re looking for or not.
If your desire is to communicate better and get what you want and advance in life, your profession, and attain success in whatever you are doing right now, you need to attend this workshop.
In this workshop, you will learn about what are effective communication skills, what types there are and where can you apply them, and different tools you can use to improve your communication.
The facilitator of this workshop is Dr. Assegid Habtewold, the author of ‘Soft Skills That Make or Break Your Success’. Effective communication is one of the soft skills that make or break your life, career, and/or business.
The 2-hr workshop also covers:
– the characteristics of extraordinary communicators;
– the critical roles active listening, non-verbal communication,
– giving and receiving proper feedback, and
– cross-cultural communication play in the 21st C work and marketplaces.
The workshop is highly interactive packed with insights, approaches, and tools, which you could immediately apply to take your communication skill to the next height.
About the facilitator:
Assegid Habtewold is an author, coach, consultant, speaker, and trainer at Success Pathways, LLC (www.successpws.com). He has written four books including ‘Soft Skills That Make or Break Your Success: 12 soft skills to master self, get along with, and lead others successfully’. He has over two decades of leadership experience and has been empowering leaders from diverse industries. He facilitates interactive workshops on soft skills and leadership themes for some government agencies, major corporations, and community organizations.