There is a huge difference between the talented communicator and the effective communicator. The elements required to be effective are trust, respect, understanding, empathy and resolution. We will explore each of these.
There are many ways to implement these behaviors and this webinar will examine the basis of this concept, how to learn the necessary elements and why each is so important. The most important part is "understanding." This is absolutely the foundation of effective communication. We will spend the majority of our time on learning the many facets of how to read people, awareness of self and technics and methods to practice.
When you can master effective communication it allows you to lead, persuade and make people believe in you and your ideas. It is then up to you to practice pure integrity because you will have tremendous power.
The one thing you cannot hide is your ability to communicate. It is much more than having a good vocabulary, being able to speak in public or even being a good listener. The effective communicator understands how to read people, realizes that communication is both receiving and broadcasting and is able to adapt to many unique and stressful situations relating to communicating with others.
Politicians are held in low regard by the average person because what they say has very little to do with how they behave or what they accomplish. If you cannot be taken at your word, people will regard you as very suspect. There is no way you will be able to effectively lead or manage others. If you doubt this, just look at our elected representatives in Washington, DC.
This webinar will address head-on the most fundamental problem most people have: "How to effectively communicate." We will explore the critical elements of the effective communicator. How do you develop these traits and how do you use communication to accomplish great things through other people.
David Rohlander is an internationally recognized speaker, author and executive coach. He has coached executives from Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized companies and government organizations, with a specialty of working with CEOs.
After serving in the US Air Force as a combat fighter pilot and completing an MBA in finance, David joined Merrill Lynch. At Merrill he became a Regional Manager and member of the firm's Management Advisory Council. In 1979 David founded his own company to provide consulting, training, speaking and coaching services for clients including TRW, Honeywell, and Nestle. David has been an adjunct professor at several universities. He did post graduate work with Peter Drucker at Claremont Graduate University, became certified on Situational Leadership with Dr. Paul Hersey and received a BA in History and Literature from Westmont College.
David's passion is helping executives create a masterpiece personally and professionally. That's why he wrote, "The CEO Code," a Best Seller on AMAZON. That success resulted in Penguin/Alpha Books asking David to write "IDIOT'S GUIDES: Management Skills" released in December 2014.
David has "been there & done that" in the military, academia and business. His experience and expertise enable him to deliver for you:
IMPACT - When you survive bullets and missiles on 208 combat missions as a USAF fighter pilot it gives you an edge, a focus and a "can do" attitude.
RELEVANCE - Understanding people comes from knowledge, (MBA in Finance, grad work with Peter Drucker and years of university teaching.) Experience (Merrill Lynch, built three companies and coaching CEOs and executives.) Expertise (perpetual student, disciplined listener and professional speaking for over 30 years + lots of practice.)
RESULTS - 85% of David's new business comes from referrals. There is no higher tribute a client can give than to refer a friend or colleague. He is dedicated to getting you great results and believes that is the best marketing he could possibly do.