Setting the Tone: Effective Communication & Positive Energy in ​​an Organization

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Setting the tone to create the right culture in an organization is critical to its success and longevity. Join us as we explore why effective communication and positive energy are at the core of creating the right culture  during Setting the Tone: Effective Communication & Positive Energy in ​an Organization. Effective communication and positive energy can affect attitudes, performance and productivity.

Communication affects everything that happens in an organization. It can be one of the greatest strengths of an organization or one of its biggest weaknesses. So, focusing on effective communication and making it a priority is a critical step in ensuring that it is a strength in your organization.

Effective communication is more than speaking clearly. It’s about understanding who you’re speaking with, how your communication may be perceived and adapting the way you communicate to get the most out of a conversation.

Learn what you can do as a leader to create a productive and encouraging culture, how you can help set the right tone for success through communication and positive energy.

This session features Tracy Bennett Smith, President & CEO of Make-A-Wish Alabama, and will discuss effective communication, how you can adapt your communicant style to get the most out of a conversation and the power of energy, positive and negative, in a work environment.

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Wednesday, January 11 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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