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6/21/2010
When: 6/21/2010
6:00 PM
Where: KPMG LLP New York Offices
345 Park Avenue
37th Floor, Room CC6A&B
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: Robyn Leong
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Improving YOUR Communications

NY Chapter of ASCEND and the APIN network of KPMG-NY


Skill Building Workshop

"Improving YOUR Communications”

You are invited to attend a presentation to be given by Dr. Richard Atkins, founder and CEO of Improving Communications, LLC. The language that people uses affect how they feel and how they see and understand the world.More important, the choice of words affect how others feel and perceive the speaker.With that in mind, communication style and word choice have tremendous power in everyday life, and particularly within Corporate America.

The presentation will be focused on communication styles and their effect on others.Poor communication at work results in misdirection, lost time and efficiencies, potential conflict and low morale.The presentation will provide you with insights as to how such can be avoided in your work day, and in your career!
Topics which will be covered will include: positive language, accurate vs. vague language, inclusive communication and respectful expression.You will be better equipped to lead others, communicate with your leaders, and ultimately contribute more effectively to your team!
Cocktails and light refreshments will be provided immediately following the presentation.

Date and Time:
Monday, June 21, 2010
Presentation: 6pm – 7:30pm
Cocktails & Light Refreshments: 7:30pm – 9pm

Location:
KPMG LLP New York Office
345 Park Avenue – 37thFloor, Room CC6A&B
New York, New York

To register for this event, please click on the following link:
For questions or more information concerning this event, please contact Robyn Leong at rleong@kpmg.com, or Stanley Wo at swo@kpmg.com.
This event is being co-sponsored by the NY Chapter of ASCEND, and the APIN network of KPMG-NY.

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