PMI Short Course - The Neuroscience of Communications
Communication is key to our interactions - professionally as well as personally. Each of us speaks an average of over 10,000 words per day. Just how many make a difference in a positive way? Research shows that that 9 out of 10 conversations miss the mark.
Advances in neuroscience are providing us with information as to what is going on when we communicate. What we now know is that conversations are not just about words but included is a hidden language of trust and that conversations trigger neurochemical reactions that positively or negatively impact on relationships.
The Neuroscience of Communications gives us insight into:
Format: 3 hours held virtually
Date: 12 December 2020
Time: 9am - 12pm
PMI Members: $400
Non-PMI Members: $600
“This was an engaging and constructive learning experience. I'm looking forward to practicing the skills shared.”
“The workshop was very useful; and enjoyable. The outcomes are surely applicable in day to day activities
– both professionally and well as personally”
“It was a meaningful and engaging program at work. If this were a yelp review, I would say 9/10 would do again, highly recommended.”
“Silvia is a terrific, energetic presenter. This course really makes you analyse on a different level how you converse with people on a daily basis both in a work environment and personal. I am sure I can take a number of strategies from today's session to improve the way I communicate.”
Silvia de Ridder is Managing Director of Unconscious Potential. Silvia is a Professional Certified Individual and Team Coach, Certified Action Learning Facilitator and Trainer. She works with organisations in the areas of leadership and people development as well as organisational change. What makes Silvia unique and well positioned to add value is the combination of coaching, facilitation and people change capability with a background in engineering and program/project management.
Silvia brings a level of knowing to the training and coaching of engineers, project managers, IT and technical personnel to develop business and behavioural skills. Silvia has an understanding of not only the technical challenges as well as the human elements of project leadership. Silvia describes herself as an Engineer of Human Excellence. In working with individuals and teams Silvia combines her own experience with her depth and knowledge including formal studies in coaching, leadership, positive psychology and neuroscience to produce a powerful and effective learning experience.
|Event End Date||12-12-2020|
|Registration Start Date||28-10-2020|
|Cut Off Date||03-12-2020|