Building The Communication Bridge
The more we know about the way we communicate, the better we can build the "communication bridge" that leads to productive relationships. Building the Communication Bridge is designed for those who want to improve their speaking and listening skills, especially in face-to-face situations. Participants gain an increased awareness of how they behave, learn how to capitalize on strengths, and develop the areas needed to become more successful communicators.
HRDQ Programs are based on the Experiential Learning Model - a unique approach to adult learning that initiates and inspires lasting change. They blend the insight of a knowledgeable facilitator with a wealth of experiential learning activities, including assessments, simulations, hands-on games, and more. Because participants interact and use skills firsthand, they know how to put learning into immediate action.
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Additional Information for Building the Communication Bridge:
- Understand the fundamental components of the communication process
- Learn the characteristics of four communication styles
- Identify personal communication style
- Develop strategies for communicating with people who have different styles
- Recognize the behaviors that distinguish receptive listeners
- Learn how to apply effective speaking and listening skills to a variety of organizational situations
Individuals at all levels
1 day or 2 half days
1 day or 2 half days
What to Order
Order this digital guide and add this product to your cart to receive the free program outline. You'll receive a PDF download that includes the key learning goals covered in the program, as well as the agenda for the training session.
Kate Wartchow Earle is the Chief Learning Officer at Quiet Revolution.
The HRDQ Development Team creates soft-skills learning solutions that help to improve the performance of individuals, teams, and organizations. We believe an experiential approach is the best catalyst for adult learning. Combining the best of organizational learning theory and proven facilitation methods with an appreciation for adult learning styles, our philosophy initiates and inspires lasting change.