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Webinar (free) - Ethical Communications; Part 6: Seeing with two eyes but leading with three.

When:  Mar 10, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (ET)
Associated with  Nation's Capital Chapter
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Ethical Communications; Part 6:
Seeing with two eyes but leading with three.
How many eyes do most people "see" with? In Part 1 of our series, Tom Dean's lead off message was that "truth can't be relative" and in Part 2, Leigha Kiger took us on a grand tour of using Plain English writing techniques when communicating with your audience. Building on both themes in Part 3, Lauren Laurie focused on taking your ego out of communications and avoiding hyperbole. Then in Part 4, Keegan Maguigan took us deeper into communicating facts in order to reveal the truth whereas in Part 5 Robin Gilliam explored ethical communication through story telling.

Now, wrapping up our 6 Part speaker series, Mr. Joshua Vineyard tells us that as the baby boomer and Gen x generations shrink and Gen y (millennials) and Gen z become a more prominent workforce, communication ethics is becoming an even more important topic. Josh will discuss how the nuances of communication, challenges in the ‘new-norm’ and the 3i model (Intention, Interaction and influence) can not only increase the value of a combination of words and sentences, but the effectiveness of others to receive that message.

What is ethical communication and why is it important? Does it even exist in our digitized world where instant communication is often valued more for its speed and response time than its content or sentiment? How can you trust what you are hearing and are you in fact, an honest communicator or do you just hear and say those things that correspond to your biases?

These are tough questions to answer if you're going to be truthful with yourself but don't worry, we've identified an outstanding slate of 6 speakers this year who just don't talk the talk, they walk the talk. They come from different disciplines and backgrounds and will share with you their insights on ethical communication. We'll be covering such diverse topics as communicating in plain English; advocating for resources and budget increases; how story-telling can be used to address sensitive or taboo topics; building emotional connections with people; and sticking to the facts so as not to mislead.

We plan on concluding our 6 speaker series next month in April with an open panel discussion where you will be invited to ask questions of these expert practitioners, but a warning is in order. If you keep an open mind and are honest with yourself, you will probably realize that some, or maybe much of what you've been hearing or saying doesn't fall into what would be considered ethical.

Now, with that warning out of the way, please come join us and let's welcome Josh as he shows us how to see with two eyes but lead with three.
Mr. Joshua Vineyard
Relationship Manager
11th Hour Service
Learning Objectives
After this session, you will be able to:
  • Understand the nuances of communication.
  • Identify challenges to communication in the "new" norm.
  • Distinguish and explore inter-generational communication differences.
  • Apply the 3i Model of intention, interaction, and influence.
  • Realize the importance of building an emotional connection when communicating.
About Our Presenter
Joshua Vineyard; Relationship Manager
11th Hour Service
Mr. Vineyard is a Relationship Manager at 11th Hour Service focused on branding, employee engagement, and providing insight to support the corporate strategic vision that enhances the company experience and the experiences of the employees delivering solutions to Federal Government and Commercial clients across multiple disciplines. 

With over 15 years of experience in human resources and hospitality management, Mr. Vineyard deploys innovative communication techniques driven through mindfulness, intention, and active listening always striving for understanding which led to successfully leading and developing large high-performing teams.

Adhering to the motto of “relationship first, opportunity second” he exudes the persona and culture of 11th Hour Service adding to the corporate and individual experience in building and nurturing relationships.

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Online Instructions:
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