Educational Session


The Art of Workplace Communication: Connecting Effectively to Get Things Done

Date: Wednesday, April 19th, 11:00 - 12:00am

Effective communication gives successful businesses a competitive edge. However, effective communication is impossible without knowing how to navigate differences in personality style. This session will provide a framework for uncovering and leveraging the diverse strengths that drive collaboration, encourage productivity, and impact bottom line results. After completing this session, you will know the four basic styles of personality and behavior; be able to determine the needs and motivations of key business stakeholders; and know how to identify the best strategies for improving communication, managing conflict and achieving desired outcomes. You’ll also discover valuable resources for increasing personal effectiveness and growing strong teams.

Speaker(s)


Kurschat

Erich Kurschat
Founder & Connection Coach, Harmony Insights

Erich Kurschat is a seasoned corporate human resources professional, dynamic DiSC instructor, and founder of the HR coaching and consulting company Harmony Insights. Erich helps organizations and individuals navigate diverse personality styles to enhance communication skills and define meaningful work and relationships. For more than 17 years, Erich has partnered internationally with thousands of business leaders, via company workshops and one-on-one coaching, to get the most out of themselves and their teams. He facilitates a process of learning that is at once deeply introspective, highly interactive, and immediately applicable.

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