Tuesday, January 10, 2017
#NYCSHRMChat - Communication Essentials for HR Professionals
The focus of this Twitter Chat is to help you to organize ideas and communicate clearly. As a result, you will be able to be more concise and communicate with conviction. You will be more productive, increase performance satisfaction, and create a true dialogue with your audience. For professionals who must meet the needs of the public, these areas of development will be very beneficial. Improved communications means increased internal and external customer satisfaction.
Attendees will be able to:
- Communicate clearly with conviction;
- Project a confident, positive, and credible image;
- Overcome nervousness;
- Edit communication for clarity and brevity;
- Motivate and persuade the audience with facts and examples;
- Be more relaxed and natural when communicating.
Richard J. Atkins
Dr. Richard J Atkins is the Managing Director of Improving Communications, a New York-based corporate training firm that, in addition to Speaker Services, offers Business Writing, Public Speaking, Customer Service, Leadership, Staff Development, and Human Resources training.
Since 2007, Rich is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). He currently serves New York City SHRM as a Director, Orientation Committee Chair, and Co-Chairs the Career Planning & Professional Development Special Interest Group, as well as Holiday Party Planning Committee. Rich is American Management Association (AMA)-certified faculty and is also a Vistage-certified speaker.
First time participating in a Twitter Chat? Here’s how it works:
1. At the appointed time log into your twitter account.
2. Search the hashtag #NYCSHRMChat to find the stream
3. The facilitator will tweet out questions to the group. As the questions are posted, they will be number Q1, Q2, Q3 etc.
4. When you want to answer a question, such as Q1, always begin your answer with the letter A and the corresponding number of the question. For example, at the beginning of your tweet type A1, then your answer. A1 corresponds to question Q1, A2 corresponds to question Q2 etc.
5. Include the hashtag #NYCSHRMChat in all your posts.
6. Feel free to re-tweet the questions through out the chat as well. Also re-tweet the answers of others and engage with folks directly during the chat.
7. It is ok to just follow the stream too. However, makes sure you tweet out a greeting at the very least so we know you are there with us.
(Tweetdeck and other platforms make following a specific hashtag very easy.)
Join @NYCSHRM on the second Tuesday of every month at 4:30 pm EST