As we interact with others, we often encounter differences of opinions, perceptions, and values. These differences can result in significant conflicts and considerable stress unless we learn some specific nondefensive communications skills. Nondefensive communication goes beyond the usual external level of body language, eye contact, and proper sentence structure. It involves four other levels of communication, which have the power to improve your relationships with anyone, significantly increase your listening skills, reduce conflicts, and open closed-off lines of communication. Join us for this energizing and interactive session to discover how nondefensive communication can help you communicate more effectively with everyone.
Bring your lunch (or tune in virtually) during the lunch hour and bring any questions for Dr. Michael Weber.
Collaborate Connections Conference Room at Ozaukee Nonprofit Center, 2360 Dakota Drive, Grafton WI 53024
Virtually – A zoom link will be provided after registration.
Speaker Bio : Dr. Michael Weber, a member of the Ozaukee Nonprofit Center Board, past Superintendent of the Port Washington-Saukville School District, has over 30 years of leadership experience, and has published many journal articles. Dr. Weber is a popular speaker, a certified stress management consultant, and has advanced training in clinical psychology. He specializes in dealing with negativism; helping parents develop positive child development strategies; effective ommunication to resolve conflicts; and helping employers hire positive, energetic people. Dr. Weber is a nationally known speaker, touching the lives of thousands of people each year.