How to Be a Powerful Communicator: the Self-Assessment as a Tool in Business Meetings, Interviews and Networking

How to Be a Powerful Communicator: the Self-Assessment as a Tool in Business Meetings, Interviews and Networking

Wednesday, February 3, 2010. 5:30-8:30 pm

Higher than the Golden Rule is the Platinum Rule:

Treat others as they would like to be treated.

How do you do this? A self-assessment provides an understanding of others and yourself in terms of preferred communication styles and authentic character traits.

This Speed Workshop is an interactive conversation about using insights from a self-assessment to see better your authentic self and your communication styles. The distinctions from self-assessments can also be applied to others, especially if you have just met them in networking, interviewing, or business meetings.

How to Be a Powerful Communicator: the Self-Assessment s a Tool in Business Meetings, Interviews and Networking
A Speed Workshop for Active Career Transformations, A.C.T. Now

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Ever wondered why your interview answer didn’t go quite right? Or how your behaviour unintentionally pushed the wrong buttons?

Self-assessments provide insights to your preferred communication style and authentic character traits. Armed with this knowledge, you begin to uncover what drives you and gives you energy in your work. When you apply this tool to see how others prefer to relate, your communications become powerful.

Our panel of experts to discuss self-assessments and their benefits are:

Celia Young
President, Celia Young & Associates;
Faculty Member, Organization & System Development;
Gestalt Institute of Cleveland;
Adjunct Faculty, Pepperdine University School of Business

Jordan Goldrich
Human Resources/Organization Development, CUSTOMatrix;
Adjunct Faculty, Center for Creative Leadership;
Faculty Advisor, San Diego State University Professional Certificate Program in “Coaching for Organizational Excellence.”

Curt Becker
Principal, New Dimension Performance;
Marketing Domain Expert, CONNECT

Linda Amaro
CIO, CUSTOMatrix; Director, Susan G. Komen for the Cure;
Co-Founder, NextWork Services

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A light dinner & soft drinks will be provided.

$15 online until Feb 2, $10 student (https://www.123signup.com/event?id=mfdhx)
$20 onsite, $15 student

Location: AMN Healthcare

12400 High Bluff Drive, San Diego, California 92130

Directions from Airport/Downtown
5 North 5 will eventually merge with 805 3rd exit past the merge is Del Mar Heights Road – exit here and go right at the light Take your next right at High Bluff Drive Go about 1 mile almost to the end of High Bluff and take a right at Del Mar Bluffs Lane (light before the big intersection) Veer to the left and enter parking garage. Park in any visitor or unmarked spot.

Directions from North County
5 South Exit at Del Mar Heights Road – left at light Go to 2nd light, which is High Bluff Drive, and take a right. Go about 1 mile almost to the end of High Bluff and take a right at Del Mar Bluffs Lane (light before the big intersection) Veer to the left and enter parking garage. Park in any visitor or unmarked spot.

Directions from East
Take 56 West Take El Camino Real/Freeway 5 Exit Take right at that light, which is El Camino Real – Don’t follow signs to 5 Go about 1 mile then take left on High Bluff Drive Take next left on Del Mar Bluff Lane Veer to the left and enter parking garage. Park in any visitor or unmarked spot.