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Communicate Like a Boss (without being Bossy!)

Date: June 04, 2020

Time: 12:00 Noon - 12:45 PM

 

Excellent communication isn’t about being bossy, it’s about getting your point across assertively. It’s about building relationships, being influential, and making a positive impact on other people.   Learn now building good communication skills will increase your value, make interactions with other people easier, and make you a more effective leader.

In this presentation, you will discover:

  • What message you’re sending when you aren’t saying a word
  • How to be seen by others as confident, not a doormat or bossy
  • Shift your perspective on how to deal with difficult people
  • Assertively set boundaries with other people

Liz engages her audiences through the use of props, humor, and relatable experiences. Her stories and examples drive home the lessons and make them stick. Audiences leave not only feeling entertained, but with memorable take-away’s that make a lasting impact.

Audiences: all

Liz Uram works with companies that want to equip their supervisors and managers with the skills they need to be successful leaders. She is known as the Queen of Ops because of her ability to see through confusion and inefficiencies and find ways to get results better, faster, and cost-effectively.

Whether she’s training onsite at a client location or speaking at a leadership conference, audiences get practical solutions to everyday leadership challenges they can apply in the real-world.

After 20 years of practicing, studying, and teaching leadership skills, she’s developed a set of tools that work. In fact, she’s written 4 books packed full of strategies leaders can implement to get real results, real fast.

As a result of her work, supervisors and managers are prepared to anticipate and solve problems, develop and empower others to find innovative improvements, and attract and retain top talent.

She lives in Minnesota with her husband and enjoys golfing, gardening, and spending time with her family.