With global/multicultural partners, increased specialization, and constant technological developments and change, engineers and scientists are constantly challenged to effectively impact and lead their teams.
In this interactive class the participants will be engaged and practice communications practices which will increase their impact in the jobs. Designed for those whose success rests on their ability to: be understood by a diverse group; to influence others in the performance of their job; and to create positive working relationships. The workshop focuses on skills that will impact their ability to communicate with others and lead in the achievement of the projects desired outcomes.
GIC is a certified Certified Management Consultant (CMC) course provider. This program provides the course required in the steps to obtain a CMC designation. Conditions and regulations about CMC designation can be found on the CMC-Canada website.
Engineers and scientists need to communicate effectively to lead and work in increasingly complex and diverse projects and workplaces. With global and multicultural partners, increased specialization, and constant technological developments and change, engineers and scientists are constantly challenged to effectively impact and lead their teams. This workshop will give the participants the skills to effectively communicate and lead their projects. Participants will explore their communication challenges using practical examples and case studies. Participants will develop the ability to analyse complex communications challenges and find resolutions that they can apply immediately to your work.
Artists / Speakers: Dr. Sydney Scott, D.Ed, MBA, BSc, CPCC.
In-Class: CAD 1,145,
Webinar: CAD 875.
From: November 27, 2014 08:00
To: November 28, 2014 17:00
Global Innovative Campus (GIC) Canada, 10810 119 St NW, T5H 3P2, Edmonton, Canada