"It's so imperative that we are deliberate in how we communicate, that we think about it and NOT just take things at face value."
We're all connected but how do we 'get through' to people better? What's the difference between miscommunication, missed communication and mismatched communication? Why's it important to talk to someone the way THEY need to be talked to, rather than the way WE want to be talked to? Returning guest Julie Holunga tells AICPA & CIMA's newest podcast presenter Scott Kellam about how understanding the difference between internal and external processors can transform the way colleagues, peers, family and friends 'connect' with each other. And do it for the better.
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Julie Holunga is an executive leadership coach who trains and develops professionals, primarily in the accounting, legal, and consulting fields. She served as a project manager at Harvard Business School and has built relationships with leaders at Wall Street firms leading the efforts to advance women into positions of leadership. Julie is a certified Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and one of 38 Master Trainers in the world with Emergenetics. A native New Yorker, she spent seven of her formative years living and attending school in France, India, and Hong Kong, after which she has lived in Boston as well as in the Canadian city of Calgary, before settling in beautiful Colorado. Connect with her on LinkedIn here.
FURTHER RESOURCES ON COMMUNICATIONS AND HUMAN INTELLIGENCE.
* Read "Work that works" by Gail Browning
* Visit Julieholunga.com
*Effective Business Communications. The use of positive language is an important communication tool. Join this webcast to learn how to improve your communication skills and strengthen your team.
* Communicating in a Multicultural Environment. Using insightful diagrams, powerful anecdotes and an experiential exercise, this presentation analyses the root causes of typical misunderstandings between culturally different clients and accounting service providers to suggest practical solutions.
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