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December Luncheon - He Speaks, She Speaks

  • 13 Dec 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
  • Brown Palace


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December Luncheon: A Celebration of 50 Years of Colorado WilderneDecember LuncheonHe Speaks, She Speaks
The Western Pension & Benefits Council - Denver Chapter is pleased to continue a holiday tradition of hosting our December luncheon at the Brown Palace Hotel.

Although we are different, men and women are designed to be allies and can complement each other’s limitations; we can fill in the blanks for each other. Conventional wisdom tells us that “our greatest strength is our greatest weakness.” We have all witnessed a person rely on a strength in the wrong place or at the wrong time. Ouch! They fail to develop other strengths outside their behavioral repertoire that are more appropriate for the situation. One of the benefits of women and men coming together in the workplace is we can learn from each other. As a case in point, coed teams are usually higher functioning and produce a superior level of results than same-sex groups. Organizations are more effective when they apply both “female” and “male” strengths to maximize the bottom line and reach their goals.

This program explores how the sexes communicate or how they don’t communicate! Although there are many individual differences in communication style, research has uncovered some interesting trends in differences between the sexes. Specifically, differences in listening, nonverbal and verbal communication will be identified. Suggestions for improving communication between the sexes are offered.

  • What drives the way men and women communicate?
  • What are the seven most asked questions about gender differences?
  • It’s not what you say but how you say it: men, women and nonverbals.
  • How come no one takes me seriously? How women communicate verbally with men.
  • How to capture the best of both worlds through “gender flexing”
  • Why women think men don’t listen.
  • What are the prescriptions for improving communication between the sexes?

About Our Presenter

Dr. Audrey Nelson is an internationally recognized trainer, keynote speaker, author and consultant who helps organizations increase their productivity and profitability through winning communication strategies.

She holds a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in Communication. She
conducted post-doctoral work at Warnborough College in Oxford, England, in gender communication. Dr. Nelson’s professional background includes teaching in the Department of Communication at the University of Colorado, Boulder, San Diego State and Southwestern College.

For 30 years, she has trained and consulted for a wide variety of government and Fortune 50 companies in 49 states and 4 continents.

Please feel free to reach out to WP&BC with any questions.

Direct Questions To:

Kristen Sanchez
Chapter Administrator 

PO Box #13
Parker, CO 80134

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