Simply Said: Executive Presence and Communicating Style with Jay Sullivan
The way we communicate defines our relationships, sets precedents for our organization and establishes our workplace culture. Communicating well involves more than choosing the right words. It means adopting the right tone and bringing the right energy to the conversation. Most importantly, communicating with greater impact means refocusing one’s energy – from ourselves to our audience. In Simply Said: Communicating Better at Work and Beyond (Wiley, October 2016), award-wining author Jay Sullivan of Exec|Comm, LLC, provides the perfect mix of strategic and tactical advice to help professionals at all levels connect better with those around them.
During this event, Jay Sullivan will share insights on how to present with more impact, write more clearly, run more effective meetings, develop stronger relationships and grow as leaders. The advice is specific is tangible. The approach is straightforward. The message is simply said.
"Simply Said is a must read! It illustrates how effective communication positively impacts relationships, families and communities. Today's exemplary leaders can learn what works and what doesn't when they communicate."
Lily Woo, Program Director, Columbia Teachers College
WHEN: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 from 6:00 – 8:30 PM
WHERE: Broadridge, 1 Park Avenue 12th floor, New York, NY
TICKETS: $30 for pre-registered CBSACNY members and CBS students; $50 for pre-registered non-members, $70 at the door.
Attend this event for free with the purchase of a one-year membership to the Columbia Business School Alumni Club. Click here to join now and then contact us for your promotional code to register for the event for free (cannot be combined with other promotional codes.)
This event is organized by Maurice Triquet (CBS ’04) and the Fashion, Style & Retail committee.