The workshop is being delivered under Skillnet Ireland’s enterprise-led ReBound initiative . It is one of a series of ReBound programmes which Shannon Chamber will deliver to guide SME Owners and Managers in the MANUFACTURING AND AVIATION sectors in implementing the ‘Return to Work Safely’ Protocol.
PLEASE NOTE: Registrations will only be accepted from companies from the Manufacturing and Aviation sectors.
Communication in the ‘New Now’
Impactful communication : building confidence in your message in difficult times
With people returning to work in changed circumstances, communication in key to facing the challenges that lie ahead. Organisations need to respond to the pace of change. They need to feel empowered to make the best decisions, and communicate with confidence with colleagues and staff.
The contents of this online course include:
- Understanding the concept of VUCA – volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity
- Creating an open environment for communication – rebound with a positive message
- Using a variety to communication skills to ensure clarity and understanding of your message
- The 7 Cs of clear communication – clear, concise, concrete, correct, coherent, competent, courteous
- Encouraging managers/leaders to show empathy, understanding and positivity using their Emotional Intelligence (EI) toolkit
- Being concerned with the psychological safety and well-being of the team at all time
- Strategies to influence the behaviour of others through clear, unambiguous communication
This online course will be delivered by IBT , who design and deliver bespoke training programmes for senior, front-line and middle managers in all industry sectors. IBT workshops are fun and different providing tangible business results. Each workshop is carefully tailored to the requirements of the individual participants and the organisation.
This webinar is Free of Charge.
Please register online to secure your place.
The link to join the online session will shared with all registrants 24 hours before scheduled time.
Shannon Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
For further information please visit www.skillnetireland.ie