Styles of Communication…and a Quote

“The effectiveness of communication is not defined by the communication, but by the response.” –Milton Erickson

What does this mean?  So often we think that if we are “being clear” everyone should understand.  We put together our communication in such a way that we feel we are doing a good job because of the nature of the communication – the words we say, how we say them, the content, etc.  What Erickson is saying is that the test of whether we are truly communicating effectively is on the other side of the communication.  If the other person does not understand, we have not been effective.

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Next week, if you are in Sacramento, you will have the opportunity to learn how to do this well – how to support other people in understanding you.

I will teach you a tool that includes four different communication styles. We will learn about non-verbal communication. You will learn that you are ALWAYS communicating non-verbally and you will learn WHAT you are communicating non-verbally (it is not what you think!) and how to communicate in a way that comes across more clearly and in line with what you want to say. You will learn to identify other people’s styles and how to speak to each style.

July 25, 2017 (Tuesday) 8:30am – 12 noon

Discover the Secrets of Effective Communication

Ever feel like other people are “speaking Greek”?

Do other people misunderstand YOU?

What would change if you learned to communicate effectively with different kinds of people? Would that affect your ability to manage well? Bring in new Clients? Communicate better in your family?

Join Cami McLaren in this upcoming seminar that will teach you how!

Learn the 4 basic communication styles: Driver, Analytical, Amiable & Expressive
Learn and use your own style and how to determine the styles of others
Learn the best & most effective ways to communicate with all different styles
Learn the strengths and challenges of each style

$109/person
Take $5.00/person if 2 or more from same company

TESTIMONIAL

My husband and my staff attended Cami’s Styles of Communication training. The workshop was extraordinary for both my professional and my personal communication. Cami’s Styles of Communication workshop was one of the most fun and effective trainings I’ve ever attended.

– Jennifer Duggan, Duggan Law Corporation

(Click here to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/mclaren-coaching-3074191754)

About the Author

Cami McLaren

Cami McLaren

is the owner of McLaren Coaching. She has been coaching professionals and leaders since early 2008. She runs Transformative Coaching Essentials, a coach training program that produces first rate Professional Coaches and "Coach-Style Leaders." She coaches individually and works with organizations to improve communication, time management, productivity and ultimately bring greater results.

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