Communicative Repair: Why 'Huh' Is the Most Powerful Word in the Workplace! | Sessions

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Communicative Repair: Why 'Huh' Is the Most Powerful Word in the Workplace!
In-Person and Virtual Monday 06/24/2024 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Organization (Technical), People (Technical), Workplace (Technical), Communication, HR Expertise, Relationship Management | Intended Audience: Mid-Level, Senior-Level, Executive-level
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Language isn't merely a tool—it's the very foundation of human connection. Yet, a staggering 50% of our communication time is spent repairing misunderstandings. Every 84 seconds, we resort to the humble "huh?"—not out of rudeness, but as a bridge to clarity.Embark on a journey through the intricacies of organizational communication—how it fuels collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and emotional intelligence.Join us to uncover the transformative power of language—navigate its complexities, learn how to ensure seamless communication, and discover how to cultivate a vibrant workplace culture.Attendees will walk away with:Increased understanding of the power of languageHeightened awareness of potential misunderstandingsStrategies for mitigating miscommunications

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Alex Murzaku, PhD, Director,
Gap International