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10/11/2019

054 Overcoming The 7 Deadliest Workplace Communication SINs

Presenter: Skip Weisman

Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Time: 1:00-4:30 pm

Level of Complexity:
Foundational

Course Description: The reason these communication issues go undefined and unclear is actually and ironically due directly to the communication sins. Once course attendees come to understand these basic communication mistakes, they can begin to label them, have a frank and candid conversation about them and begin to make improvements. Through small group discussions, self-reflective exercises and small group activities, participants will learn the seven communication mistakes, be able to recognize which mistakes are negatively impacting their workplace and commit to building new habits.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover why there is a 67% risk of damaging workplace relationships with every communication interaction
  • Determine the actual dollars and cents cost of poor, unclear communication in the participants’ specific workplace
  • Understand how to spot the 7 most common and most damaging communication mistakes occurring every day in all workplaces
  • Learn specific communication tips, tools, and techniques to begin building championship caliber communication habits

headshotSkip Weisman

Skip's sixteen seasons as CEO for five professional baseball teams provide him with the ideal background to be a business coach that helps small businesses create championship companies. From 1986-2001 Skip served as CEO for five different professional baseball teams affiliated with the Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, Seattle Mariners, Tampa Bay Rays, and Texas Rangers.

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