PMI North Carolina Chapter

Communications and Public Speaking: Adapting Communication for Neurodivergent Employees Benefits All

Communications and Public Speaking: Adapting Communication for Neurodivergent Employees Benefits All

Topic:  Adapting Communication for Neurodivergent Employees Benefits All

Can we talk or Do you hear the words coming out of my mouth?  We've heard it said countless times and yet we tend to forget the importance of communicating effectively for clear and concise message.  This topic will help us gain awareness of our communication styles with other people and the connection gained when understood.

Learning Objectives:

  • What is (and isn’t) neurodivergence
  • Learn adaptations to help your communication in any scenario
  • Recognize value of learning to communicate with ND people (and vice versa)

 

Speaker Bio:

Sarah Maxwell

Sarah Maxwell is a PMI chapter engagement partner, working with PMI chapter leadership to enhance the chapters’ value to their members.  

Sarah believes, like the NASA janitor who helped to put a man on the Moon, that supporting PMI’s chapters is important to helping make the world a better place. 

Sarah is a trained singer, actress, costumer, and massage therapist.  She is an avid facilitator and was honored to be chosen by PMI as one of two staff to attend TED2019 in Vancouver. She is the current VP Education and co-founder of PMI’s Toastmaster Club, PMI Speaks.

Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theater Arts from George Mason University.

Event Details

Event Date 08-09-2022 6:00 pm
Event End Date 08-09-2022 8:00 pm
Registered 33
Available place 67
Cut off date 08-09-2022 4:00 pm
Individual Price Free
No. of Strategic PDUs .5
No. of Leadership PDUs .75
PMI Event Number C022NUPO0X
Location Virtual Meeting

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