The Graduate Center and Postdoctoral Affairs invite the campus community to attend our upcoming workshop, "Communication: Skills that Make a Difference," on April 8 via Zoom.
In both our personal and professional lives, effective communication is perhaps the most essential life skill. It is key to building relationships, managing differences, interacting with others, resolving conflict, being a successful team member, minimizing misunderstandings, managing, coaching and mentoring. This workshop is for people who want to communicate more effectively, build better relationships, and learn some practical skills they can apply to everyday, real-life situations.
Jack Harris conducts training throughout the country on a variety of topics aimed at Helping Keep Good People Good. People from large and small businesses, professional associations, non-profit organizations, the health care industry, and government agencies have benefited from his combination of management experience, behavioral science background, and his passion for practical solutions. Jack is a Licensed Professional Counselor (Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners), a trained mediator, and a Board-Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress (American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress). He holds a Master’s degree from the University of Arizona.
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Facilitated via Zoom (Zoom link provided through registration)
Register at http://bit.ly/comm-jk-spr2020
Free and open to the public
Please direct questions to David Bradshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.