Now You're Talking: How to Communicate Effectively with Just About Anyone (Webinar)
March 6, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
Webinar presented by: Susan Robinson, Associate Dean for Career Services, Stanford Law School
8:30 to 9:30 a.m. PST
Ever felt like you're talking at cross purposes with colleagues or clients? Like your boss constantly says one thing, but means another? Ever have trouble getting a message across that seems crystal clear to you? More likely than not, the miscommunication stems from a difference in style.
Everyone has a natural communication style. It's great in some situations; not so effective in others. However, it's easy to recognize and adapt to other styles once you know what they are. In this one-hour webinar, you'll learn:
- Your own communication style
- The top 3 "tells" that help you identify the different styles of co-workers and clients
- The most effective strategies for working with each style
As a lawyer, your job depends on how well you communicate. Join us to learn some new tricks to add to your arsenal!
Webex instructions will be sent to registrants. Kindly register by Monday, March 4.
Susan has over 20 years of experience working with law students and lawyers on communication skills and career strategies. As head of the law school's Career Services office and a lecturer at SLS on professional development, she’s presented hundreds of programs nationally on a wide variety of career development topics.