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Effective Leadership Communication* - 11th October 2017

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Linguistic Profiling can help you explore the hidden depths of communication styles in the workplace.

In the ever-changing global business world effective leadership communication requires a versatile skills-set that needs to be creative, adaptable and frequently updated.

Do you want your communication style to inspire and motive your workforce? Could your present and future leaders benefit from learning about the processes of reflection to create the presence and impact that leaders strive for within their workplace cultures.

Do your leaders understand the effectiveness of their current communication styles? We focus on both verbal and non-verbal communication, emphasising the significant role that non-verbal communication plays in communicating effectively and efficiently.

Effective Leadership Communication*

Date: Wednesday 11th October 2017

Location: TBC

What You Will Learn:

  • Different sytles of leadership language and what will be most effective for your organisation

  • How to become a more reflective leader by adapting your communication style

What You Can Take Away:

  • A set of practical linguistic toolkits to introduce and open up brand new possibilities for effective leadership performance

Who Should Attend?

* Small Medium Enterprises (SME) based in Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. This event is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020. This event is classed as State Aid to participating businesses, the value of which is £379, but is delivered completely free of charge to participants.

What To Expect:

Our workshops offer a unique training experience as they are based on real-life professional interactions and include interactive drama and performance elements with our dedicated team of actors.

Workshop Leaders:

Professor Louise Mullany will lead this workshop. She has spent the last 20 years researching and teaching gender and organisational communication in a wide range of businesses and organisations in the UK and globally, from SMEs through to large multinationals.

She will be joined by Dr Dimitra Vladimirou who has extensive experience conducting research on misogyny and online abuse. The performance section will be led by Dr Sarah Grandage, an expert on examining the interface between language and performance, including body language and gesture in a range of different communicative contexts.

For further information please email lipp@nottingham.ac.uk or telephone:+44 (0) 115 748 6360


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