Studies have shown that the average manager spends about two-thirds of his or her time interacting with others. It should be no surprise that skill in interpersonal and group dynamics is one of the most frequent determinants of managerial success or failure. This talk focuses on the key skills and mindsets necessary to build more open and effective working relationships.
We will discuss how
• To use interpersonal communication skills to influence and lead the building of more open, effective, and rewarding relationships, even with people whom you may initially find difficult.
• To identify and pursue personal learning goals aimed at improving interpersonal communications.
• To “learn how to learn” via the continuous practice of risk taking, disclosure, and feedback.
Improving personal knowledge and abilities in these areas is crucial to becoming a more effective manager in today’s ever changing, complex, and highly interdependent organizations.
The language of the event will be English.
Registration: 6:30-7:00 pm
Talk and Q&A: 7:00-8:30 pm
Ticket: ￥50; free for students. Yale and non-Yale alumni are welcome.
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