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AVMA Convention 2022 Philadelphia
July 28 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
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Register Here: https://www.mcisemi.com/avma2022/
Presentations, Keynotes and Lunch and Learns
The Double-Edged Sword of Workplace Communication One Hour Seminar
As an AVMA Wellbeing Educator, Dr. Oden presents this AVMA wellbeing program at conventions and seminars.
Communication is considered a double-edged sword because of its power to move us closer to, or further away from, authentic, healthy connection. In the process of managing our day-to-day work life, we often lose sight of how communication patterns and the ways we interact with each other impact our wellbeing and the wellbeing of our colleagues. Effective communication is a cornerstone of healthy workplaces, and yet it is often an afterthought. Under duress, communication can become transactional—focused on short term gains, alleviating symptoms rather than addressing root causes of conflict, and prioritizing winning over problem resolution and relationships. Teams that communicate effectively are more likely to have higher psychological safety, encourage innovation and timely decision-making, create goodwill, minimize miscommunication, and be better equipped to successfully navigate difficult situations. This interactive seminar teaches core communication skills to promote connection, support a strong sense of belonging to the team, increase trust in the organization, and facilitate candid and open communication among team members.
To schedule this one hour seminar for your clinic, scroll down to contact Dr. Oden below.
Seminars & Customized Coaching
As a Certified Life Mastery Consultant, I can offer a number of programs in full-day, half-day and customized formats for large or small groups, in-house corporate trainings, executive and personal retreats, or keynote speeches.
Each of these programs is also expanded upon for my coaching program formats as well.
Please feel free to contact me to discuss how I can serve you and your groups’ needs.