NOTE: Originally aired on 5 July 2018, this webinar is offered on-demand and free of charge on our EquiPTV platform.
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Public perception and reputation are the lifeblood of being an elected member of Council, yet it can be a minefield of communication traps.
Getting clear on what elements matter most to you personally, your campaigns and the direction of the council you represent and learning some new powerful tools
Tips and ideas on how to navigate this landscape on a daily basis will take you from overwhelm and survival into thriving in your role
After this webinar you should be able to:
This webinar is for elected members, senior management or leaders who also have a high level of community-based communication or consultation
Jen Tyson, Performance and communications consultant, Realm Consulting
With a degree in business management, majoring in Transformation and change and a long history of working with managers, and leaders, from a wider range of sectors and in various areas of communication, Jen is most passionate and skilled at facilitating learning, discovery and change for individuals and groups. Dynamic and wise, she invites people to go on a journey of discovering the deeper truths underlying surface symptoms and issues, ultimately leading towards sustainable positive change and new possibilities. She is brilliant at teaching people how to communicate better and help managers, leaders and business owners learn how to positively influence and inspire high performing teams and individuals.
“I love to get people switched on to the possibility of change, to help them develop new thinking habits and to watch them connect to the pleasure of new behaviours. My engaging and practical style creates a fun, dynamic and real learning experience that cements new skills. I help people to have happier, more meaningful lives both at work and in their personal lives, because the principles of powerful communication can be applied everywhere.”
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Date updated: 7 February 2019