Let's Start Talking Again: Helping Leaders Lead Through Communication (Edmonton)
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Register by November 26, 2019
We communicate more than we ever have in the past. With email, text, social media and the internet, many people are constantly telling others what they think and how they feel. But are we really communicating well when it counts? Can we have the kind of face-to-face conversations in the workplace that are needed to move organizations forward?
The biggest problem many organizations have today are difficult conversations that either aren’t being held, or if they are, they aren’t being done very well.
The biggest thing a leader can do is influence the behavior of others and the best and easiest way to provide that influence is through effective communication
When you participate in this session, you will learn:
- The importance of leading teams and saying what needs to be said, but doing it without attitude or a big ego
- Why good listeners are good communicators
- Ways to control conversations by asking questions
- How to prepare for and have difficult conversations
- Tips to communicate more effectively on any situation
- Ways to improve body language
- Ways to build “cultures of communication” within organizations
About the Presenter
Grant Ainsley, is a former award-winning journalist and public relations professional who now works with politicians, business executives, association leaders, and others to help refine their messages to the public. He’s one of Canada’s top media trainers and does workshops for clients across Canada. He speaks about communications, along with social media and digital marketing. He’s the author of the book The Honest Spin Doctor on media relations.
While in radio in Edmonton, he served as morning news anchor, did a daily talk show and had a role in management. He was also in charge of communications for the City of Edmonton’s Public Relations Department and for over a decade, and was CEO of a large Alberta association. Grant lives in Edmonton, and with wife Deborah. They have four grown children.
APEGA Edmonton Office
1500 Scotia Place
10060 Jasper Ave
Edmonton, AB T5J 4A2
December 3, 2019
9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Professional Member: $305
Group and company discounts apply. Every third registrant on the same form gets 50% off.
November 26, 2019