5 Essentials For Getting Respect When You Communicate [Special Event]

5 Essentials For Getting Respect When You Communicate [Special Event]
Webinar Information
Date:November 29, 2011
Time:11:00 AM ET
Duration:2 hours
Host:J.T. O'Donnell
Presenter Information
J.T. O'DonnellJeanine Tanner “J.T.” O’Donnell, founder of CAREEREALISM.com and CareerHMO.com, is a career strategist and workplace consultant who helps American workers of all ages find greater professional satisfaction.
O'Donnell's work has been cited in Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, The Boston Globe, CNN, MSNBC, AOL, CareerBuilder.com, Businessweek, Mashable, Yahoo, Monster.com and dozens of other national publications.
Her book, CAREEREALISM: The Smart Approach to a Satisfying Career, outlines her highly successful career-coaching methodology. She also works with Dale Dauten to write the career advice column “JT & Dale Talk Jobs,” a nationally syndicated column that appears in more than 130 newspapers, reaching 6+ million households weekly.
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Thank you for your interest in this event. This webinar has been completed and is only available to members of CareerHMO.com who own at least a Premium Membership. Arguably, the ability to communicate effectively is one of the biggest factors impacting your career success (and failure) today. Call it want you want, when it comes to office politics, talking to management, or just plain old making your case, you need to know how to present yourself in a way that will earn you the respect you want and deserve. Join Career and Workplace Expert, J.T. O'Donnell for a hands-on session that will teach you the five essentials to getting respect when you communicate. In this info-packed tutorial, O'Donnell will share how to:
  1. Recognize the strengths and weaknesses of your communication style.
  2. Assess the communication styles of those you work with.
  3. Prepare for difficult conversations.
  4. Leverage your communication style in salary negotiations, and other important professional conversations.
  5. How to improve your communication style and advance your career.
Who Should Attend? Anyone career-minded professional who wants to learn how to maximize their communication successes and minimize their communication failures! Corporate HR, Career Coaches & Student Counselors Should Attend, Too! This program will be especially useful for those responsible for teaching communication skills to others. 3 Bonuses - Limited Time Offer The first 15 people who sign-up between November 25 and November 29 (before 9:00 AM ET) will receive all of the following bonuses:
  • FREE month inside CareerHMO.com (Premium Membership). ($49.00 value)
  • FREE PDF copy of our book, CAREEREALISM. ($9.95 value)
  • FREE 20-minute career consult by phone with J.T. O'Donnell. ($45.00 value)

Total Value = $103.95

Note: Registrants will receive J.T.'s book immediately via e-mail after signing up but will not receive their login credentials to CareerHMO.com until after the event. Access to CareerHMO.com will provide you with your own personal career coach. You can review all the Premium resources you'll receive here. Can't Attend the Live Session? That's okay! Register and we'll make sure you receive access to the recording. This program WILL NOT be made available in our public archives. So, the only way to see it is if you reserve your spot now! Don't miss out on your chance to get professional help with your communication skills. If you want to advance your career in 2012, you need to know how to communicate in a way that get respect - we'll show you how! How important is your career AND your free time? This is your chance to get coached by an industry expert on the techniques that will help you achieve your goals – on your own terms and in less time than you thought. Image from AISPIX/Shutterstock
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