5 Elements of Effective Communication
David is a professional speaker, executive coach, and author. His unique experience and expertise include the military, academia, and business. DGR has “been there and done that.”
- Fighter pilot in the USAF, 208 combat missions, DFC
- Founder & CEO of three companies
- Best-selling author:
- The CEO Code
- Idiot’s Guides: Management Skills
- Regional Manager & Management Advisory Council, Merrill Lynch
- Commercial & residential real estate developer
- MBA in finance from California State University
- Studied with Peter Drucker at Claremont Graduate University
- An adjunct instructor at six colleges in the Southwest United States
- Lived & worked in Europe for three years and in Asia for one
David has an uncanny ability to relate, cut through the fog, and gently share new alternatives that work. Scores of sophisticated, successful, and sincere executives have enjoyed and profited from DGR’s guidance.
There is a huge difference between talented communicators and effective communicators. 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 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 can not 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 can not 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 an effective communicator. How do you develop these traits and how do you use communication to accomplish great things through other people.
Course Level - Beginner to Advanced
Who Should Attend
- Presidents and corporate executives
The common denominator of almost all problems between people, relationships, and organizations revolves around poor communication. The ability to effectively communicate involves scientific understanding combined with a finely developed art form. It is difficult to think of any other skill that can so powerfully impact your career.