About this Product:
This digital course focuses on leadership strategies and, in particular, improved communication in cross-functional teams. The ability to communicate effectively with many different types of people is a sought-after and highly marketable project management skill. It takes confidence, humility, patience and practice to do this well. Small changes in your interactions can lead to better communication, more understanding and a greater chance your messages will get across with accuracy and the unquestioned purity of intention. You will learn how to recognize each communication style by observing how different people deal with problems and challenges, procedures and constraints, preferred pace and consistence and use of body language, tone and words. You will learn
How to develop skills for communicating with diverse groups of people, including cross-functional project teams
How to recognize different communication styles by observing how people react to challenges and use body language, words and tone
How to recognize the way your own communication style affects others.
About this Product:
Over 42 Minutes
Site License: $1380
Agenda At A Glance:
Ruth Dubinsky, President, Clarity Consulting
Ruth Dubinsky brings over 30 years of broad pharmaceutical industry experience to her consulting practice. Her work focuses on helping teams assess and recover from breakdowns, deal with inevitable conflict, make better, faster decisions – and accelerate their work. Teams walk away with clarity about what they can do differently – both behaviorally and operationally – that will have meaningful impact on their work. Ruth holds a Masters degree in Organization Development, with advanced training in Leadership, Team Development, Facilitation, Adult Learning, Change Implementation, and Management Consulting. Ruth is a sought-after speaker on the topics of teamwork, team dynamics, emotional intelligence in teams, team performance and team development.
About the Conference:
Barnett International and Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Inaugural Barnett Clinical Summit featured four co-located conferences covering best practices relevant to experts and new professionals in clinical trial management, site management, study start-up, project management, monitoring, clinical training, and protocol development. This four-day summit included presentations from experts, case studies, interactive breakout discussion groups, workshops and networking opportunities, and provided a forum for all involved in clinical trials to share ideas, proven practices, and recent research findings.