Communicate With Impact: Our Key to Moving Forward
March 07, 2022 - March 11, 2022
Schedule via Zoom:
March 7, 8, 10, & 11, 2022
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
2:00pm - 5:00pm
Early Eagle Rate:
February 21, 2022
Effective communication has always been the key to all healthy relationships.
Then, Covid-19 happened. It dramatically changed our way of living and working. It altered the majority of our interactions with other people. When we communicate via video, we lose the benefit of seeing certain aspects of body language. When we wear masks, we lose the ability to interpret critical facial expressions, plus, our own ability to convey emotion through facial expression.
As we adjust to the new situation, and urgency becomes the new norm, we need to stop comparing how we communicate now to how we used to communicate; it’s not going to help us move forward.
We must stay aware that communication will adapt the messages but use the same channels and best practices as before.
In this program therefore, you will strengthen your ability to communicate with appropriate impact in different settings - public and private, in person and on virtual communication platforms, and through routine or especially difficult interactions. As you discover and sharpen your authentic voice, you will gain a keener ability to get your message across.
You will continue to maintain healthy, meaningful relationships.
Who should attend
This Program is for career men and women, professionals, people in management, and leadership who want to optimize – rather than just improve – their communication skills.
By successfully completing this program, you will be able to:
Increase awareness of your own communication style and how it can add impact to your communication;
Assess and enhance your existing skills set and identify areas for development; and
Interpret and engage your audiences more effectively
A. What is effective communication and why is it necessary
B. Types of communication
C. What is active listening
D. Confidence, persuasiveness, patience
II. The Core
A. The People Principle
B. Communication style: Yours and others’
C. When and how to switch style
D. What gets in your way
III. The Contexts
A. Dyadic communication
B. Small-group communication
C. Organizational communication
D. Audience communication
IV. The Construct
A. Portrayal of communication situations
Ms. Ma. Socorro "Baby" P. Jamias is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, a learning and development facilitator, and a capability-building consultant. She works with the academe, government, various businesses, and diverse private organizations. Her expertise includes start-ups, people-skills development, performance improvement, talent management, leadership and managerial centering.
Ms. Jamias was a faculty member of Far Eastern University, University of Sto. Tomas, Maryknoll (now Miriam) College, St. Joseph's College, and Ateneo de Manila.
She has a Certificate in Organization Development from the Ateneo Human Resources Center. She completed her Master of Arts degree in Linguistics at the Ateneo de Manila University. She likewise took graduate studies in Education, Drama, and Speech at the University of the Philippines, University of Sto. Tomas, and Ateneo de Manila University respectively.
Currently, she is Program Director of the Happiness at Work Series and the Communication Excellence Series of the Ateneo Center for Continuing Education.