Communication can empower and transform, but as communicators, we often fall short of using it to its full potential. How can we grow?
There is no skill more important to leadership than the ability to communicate well. Yet many communicators view themselves more like technicians rather than as leaders at their jobs, when in fact the communicator’s skill is the most needed to transform organizations and communities.
Communication leaders can help executives to solve complex problems and navigate multidirectional engagement with competing stakeholders to protect and prepare their organizations and clients for tomorrow’s challenges. Join us for Chase Spears, public affairs training coach and consultant for the U.S. Army, as we discuss how communicators are uniquely skilled to transform the organizations in which we serve.
This will be a virtual presentation via Zoom. You’ll receive an event link when you register.