Good communication skills are essential in today’s workplace. Whether it’s communication with tact and diplomacy, managing up, dealing with difficult people, understanding people’s communication styles, using emotional intelligence or listening to others. Knowing how to communicate can mean the difference between success and failure. How do we communicate effectively in tough moments, to design norms that encourage cohesion and resilience, and to create cultures of creativity, inclusiveness, and innovation.

Come join us for part two of IIDA NE's Speaker Series: Communicating During Collaboration, where the first half hour will be instructor-led learning followed by a 45-minute panel discussion with selected IIDA NE members from Boston, Providence and Hartford. To learn more about our incredibly talented panelists, click here!

Join us for an experiential workshop where we will learn:

  • Communication Theory - our role as a sender and a receiver
  • Audience Analysis – who/what/why
  • Recognize the barriers to effective communication in the office
  • Communication Model:  word/tone/non-verbal body language
  • Communication Style (direct, quiet, analytical, friendly)


Click here to learn about the speaker, Theresa Whiting!

1 hour of IDCEC credit available.

When

Wednesday, October 7, 2020
12:00 - 1:15 p.m. EST


Registration

Registration will close at 11:00 a.m. the morning of the event - be sure to register before then!

This event will be held via Zoom. Access instructions will be sent to all registered attendees via email, the morning of the event. Click the button below to secure your spot!

  • IIDA Members: Free
  • Students and Interior Design Instructors (non-member): $23
  • Non-Members: $48


Why the extra $3?

One Bill at a Time is a campaign to raise awareness and resources for Interior Design Advocacy in the New England Region. By adding three dollars to each event hosted by IIDA NE, we remind ourselves that advancing our profession is the core mission of our Organizations and, with small individual contributions throughout our community, we can make a large impact*.

*At the conclusion of each calendar year, all funds raised will be distributed to New England states with active advocacy initiatives in direct proportion to the percent of Chapter membership residing in each state. We dedicate this campaign to the individuals that achieved interior design legislation in New England states and paved the way for the future of our profession, One Bill at a Time.


Please note: audience photographs and/or video may be taken at this event. By nature of your attendance, you are granting permission for your image, voice and likeness to be used for marketing purposes.