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Leadership Skills Workshop
The Silent Language of Leadership with Carol Goman
March 9, 2012 | 2:00-5:00 PM | 348 Drinko
This is an invitation-only event.
SPACE IS LIMITED--REGISTER TODAY!
Body language is the management of time, space, appearance, posture, gesture, touch, facial expression, eye contact, and voice. When your verbal and nonverbal messages are out of alignment, communication suffers, and your messages are weakened. Body language that supports your goals is the key to your effectiveness – to your ability to project confidence, build relationships of trust, inspire your team, and present content convincingly.
Carol Kinsey Goman is an executive coach, and Leadership blogger for Forbes, expert contributor for "On Leadership" column in the Washington Post, business body language columnist for the Market magazine, and author of "The Silent Language of Leaders: How Body Language Can Help - or Hurt - How You Lead." Goman, will present strategies for improving nonverbal communication at a special workshop hosted by the Program on Law and Leadership. The first 30 participants to sign up for the session will receive a copy of her book.
Participants will learn:
• The two sets of nonverbal signals people look for in leaders – and the circumstances that make one more effective than the other.
• Five mistakes you can expect people to make when they read your body language.
• How to project confidence and charisma, even in difficult times.
• How to tell what people really feel about what you just said.