Amanda Box "The success of your communication determines your success in every other aspect of your life" That philosophy is the foundation for Amanda Box while teaching and facilitating the fundamentals of communication. Her 20+ year career has been spent in a dual role of teaching on the college level and consulting with business and industry.
Box uses an interactive and dynamic presentation style to teach specific communication skills to diverse groups. With improved interpersonal, presentation and writing skills, professionals can spend time doing their best work rather than getting bogged down in the frustrations of flawed communication. Box connects with people on every level including business leaders, government agencies, medical professionals, industry leaders, sports teams, university development teams and many more.
Specialty topics include: communication through change, presentation skills, conflict management, advanced business writing and grammar, customer service, gender difference, small group dynamics, team building, interpersonal communication, and listening skills.
Amanda Box taught full time on the university level for 10 years and continues to serve as adjunct faculty while consulting with business and industry. Box rounded out her professional skills while serving as the communication coordinator for four years for a nonprofit organization where she was responsible for all internal and external communication including several publications, the web site, and media campaigns. Box has undergraduate and graduate degrees in communication.
There are significant advantages to working in teams: a variety of experience, more creativity, higher commitment to the decision, synergy, distribution of work load, and it's simply more fun. Learning to improve your communication skills will help you build and lead your team successfully.
Participants will learn step by step how to gain immediate credibility, use nonverbal communication with skill, and keep an audience's attention with ease. This seminar is useful for anyone who wants to improve interpersonal, small group, or public communication skills. Yes, we will learn what to do with butterflies as we go through the structure of making your presentation appear smooth and seamless.
The success of your communication determines your success in every other aspect of your life. Although people begin talking around age one, we generally have very little training on effective communication. Primarily we learn from those we are observe the most and that may or may not be successful.
Participants will learn step by step how to assess listening barriers, interpret nonverbal communication with skill, and work on focus. This webinar is useful for anyone who wants to improve professional and interpersonal listening skills. Yes, we will learn when others are not listening to you.