PRICING*: Prestige Members: Complimentary | Basic Members: $39 | Non-Members: $54
*Autographed copies of the book are available for purchase at the event.
AUDIENCE: OPEN TO ALL; Recommended for C-Suite, Senior Executives, Emerging Executives; All Gender
Working across different groups can be challenging. When you communicate with a colleague who comes from a different cultural background, or even just a different department – how do you adjust to each other’s styles and learn to work together effectively? How do you avoid being misunderstood or misinterpreted? Communication practices frequently emerge from what feels right, and each individual’s personal experience. These habits have varying degrees of effectiveness, depending on the situation and who you’re working with. How can you consistently communicate well, keeping cultural nuances in mind? This interactive workshop equips global leaders with the skills to adapt to various cultural communication styles and collaborate successfully with others. By understanding the impact of communication styles on your interactions, you can identify another person’s preferred communication style and communicate in a way that moves your relationships forward.
Learnings & Takeaways for Implementation
Understand the impact of communication styles on your interactions
Identify another person’s preferred communication style and how to flex to it
Communicate in a way that moves your relationships forward
Gain a better understanding of communications challenges and cultural nuances
Ching Valdezco | ExecComm
Ching Valdezco trains leaders and their teams to present, communicate, influence, and negotiate more effectively. She’s helped her clients close deals, get executive approval for their recommendations and projects, win promotions, and negotiate tens of thousands of dollars in raises. Before joining Exec-Comm, Ching served as director, strategy and planning at Hewlett-Packard. Along with Exec-Comm’s expert facilitators, she trains and coaches professionals from top technology companies, global financial services firms and law firms, and many other industries. In 2016, Silicon Valley Business Journal named her one of Silicon Valley’s Top 100 Women of Influence. She is one of Watermark’s most popular workshop leaders, and recently spoke at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing.
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