*A note from our speaker:
Task for eDiscovery Meeting – April 8, 2021
There are plethora of different communication style assessments out there (DISC, Meyers Briggs, etc.) and I’m sure you’ve taken some of them. Over the past 15+ years, I have used an assessment called Straight Talk and for me, it’s the one that resonates the most and closely aligns with my personality and communications style. In preparation for April 8, please complete the Straight Talk Communication Styles Survey that can be found here. This is not required but will be used to spark conversations in our session.
Please join Women in eDiscovery (Mpls-St. Paul Chapter)for an enlightening and engaging presentation on, “Women Empowerment: Understanding Communication and Using Our Voices to Initiate Change.”
RSVP via Evite.
Women often are told (or feel) that they are too direct, aggressive, passive, lack confidence and need to speak up more in meetings. How do we avoid these labels and stereotypes in order to feel empowered, confident and be considered equal leaders in our organizations? Communication is key! This presentation is an engaging experience that empowers women with communication tools to help them navigate and succeed in the workplace. It is designed to foster team-building and strengthen relationships in the workplace.
- Importance of understanding communication and linguistic styles
- Common communication challenges and strategies for dealing with them
- Authenticity and confidence
- Queen Bee and Imposter Syndrome (if we have time)
Dr. Amelia Reigstad, Ph.D. is a communication consultant, coach and university professor with nearly two decades of industry experience. She has spoken on a global scale at many professional events and conferences and has taught a variety of PR and communication courses across the U.S., Canada, Europe and the U.K. With a passion for helping others, she consults and educates business professionals on the importance of understanding gender differences and communication styles and how this leads to more effective communication and productivity in the workplace. As the founder of The Women Empowerment Series, she inspires and encourages women to use their voices to initiate change. To learn more, visit https://www.ameliareigstad.com.
This event will be held virtually with the weblink provided prior to the meeting date.
There is no CLE credit for this meeting, but we encourage you to join.
Please RSVP, even if you are unsure whether you can make it.
If you have any questions, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org