Exploring and Improving How Your Teams Interact: Free Webinar!
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
2pm – 3pm ET
All day, every day, teams rely on communication to get work done. But teams are made up of people—and people are human. That means teams will struggle with communication at some point in time. And that’s why it’s important for them to foster greater awareness of their own communication preferences and to exercise their capabilities for advocacy and inquiry. This way, communication becomes more than a process for transferring information; it becomes an important source of learning, transformation, and innovation.
Join subject matter experts Susan Gerke and David Hutchens for their upcoming live webinar, GO Communicate!: Exploring and Improving How Your Teams Interact. They’ll offer fresh ways to help you address the communication challenges your teams encounter through increasing both dialogue skills and self-awareness. Based on the work of Dr. Linda Berens, they’ll explore two unique lenses for communication: the “advocacy and inquiry” model and “directing and informing” style differences.
Participants Will Learn:
- The disciplines of advocacy and inquiry to create productive team conversations
- How to practice conversations that exercise advocacy and inquiry
- How to develop a plan for purposeful team communication
Who Should Attend:
- Team leaders
- Organization development professionals
- Management team members
- Human Resources managers
About the Presenters:
Susan Gerke is the president of Gerke Consulting & Development where she designs, customizes, and implements leadership and teamwork programs. Her clients include Bank of the West, BHK Accountancy, City of Anaheim, Human Options, Orange Coast College, Sole Technology, UC Irvine, and Warner Bros.
David Hutchens is a bestselling author and consultant who specializes in organizational storytelling, leading, creating and innovating, organizational learning, systems, and more. He has created award-winning communications and learning solutions for companies such as IBM, The Coca-Cola Company, Wal-Mart, GE, and Nike, just to name a few.