TAITA 20140220 Seminar – Workplace Communication Skills02/20/2014 - 02/20/2014

TAITA 20140220 Seminar –

Workplace Communication Skills

Workplace Communication Skills

Speaker: Dr. Wei Chien Lee: Counselor Faculty, San José State University, San José , CA; Licensed Psychologist

Date:       February 20th, 2014 (Thursday)

Time:       6:30-7:00PM Networking
                7:00-9:00PM Presentation & Q/A

Place:     Taiwanese American Center (TAC) 4413 Fortran Court , San Jose , CA 95134
http://young.taita.us/tac

Fee: Free for students; $5 for TAITA-SV members; $10 for Non-members; extra $5 without RSVP

RSVP:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1i2M2nAruz4F8vPTKDFmDX23VCfPxm0m1WighFsdgN14/viewform

 

Many of us thoughts about being a better communicator -- How to respond to unfriendly comments? How do we say "No's"? How do we become "more" assertive without being a aggressive person? How do we interrupt a person in a meeting, who just keep talking and talking?

 

Communication is not only about "how to say it." It is about expressing your thoughts in the most effective ways. This Workplace Communication Skills workshop is designed to help you to polish your communication skills. We will discuss vital communication principles (verbal, written, non-verbal, and meta-communication) through practical examples and practices. We will also discuss some common workplace communication challenges.

 

Dr. Wei-Chien Lee a well-known psychologist in the bay area. She has been the counselor for young professional in the career development, as well as for college students and teens in their growth development. Dr. Lee received her PhD degree in Counseling Psychology from Purdue University in 2004. She is currently a faculty member at San Jose State University , and also a licensed psychologist, and national certified counselor. Dr. Lee regularly provides training to psychologists and therapists, and has given more than 25 presentations at professional conferences, and has received multiple national awards and recognition.

 


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