Communication workshops are designed for individuals, teams or departments that would like to increase awareness and understanding of both effective and ineffective communication practices.
Fundamental workshops provide participants with a starting point for exploring the knowledge and skills needed to learn more about the topic.
Business Writing and Proofreading +
Communicating in Today's World
DiSC I: Assessment & Introduction
DiSC II: Knowledge and Application
Introduction to Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
Portrait of Personal and Overdone Strengths
Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI) Introduction
Telecom, Facility Coordinators & Building Repairs +
We're on the Same Team Remember?
Intermediate workshops provide participants with expanded content - there is the assumption that basic topic knowledge and an introduction to more advanced information will be included in the workshop. There may be pre-requisites for intermediate workshops.
Difficult Conversations I
DiSC III: The Representative Patterns
Editing: Hard Copy and Electronic
Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) The Basic 3
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Temperaments
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Communication
Ouch! That Hurts: Speaking Up or Staying Silent, The Choice is Yours
Recognizing and Managing the 5 Modes of Conflict
Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI) and Conflict
Advanced workshops provide participants with specialized content and there is an assumption that individuals attending advanced workshops have the basic skills and knowledge to succeed in the workshop. There may be pre-requisites for advanced workshops.
Advanced Personal Growth
Advanced Electronic Editing: Using the JMU Identity System and Exploring Bias-Free Language in Editing
Difficult Conversations II
"Don't Look at Me in that Tone of Voice!":Reading, Interpreting and Managing Body Language
Have A Nice Conflict
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Type Dynamics
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Conflict
Perfect Phrases for Customer Services
Workshops Not Currently Scheduled
The following workshops are not currently scheduled for 2013.
Supervisors or managers interested in offering one of these workshops to their department, please contact: Judy Rannow, at 540-568-5366.
Employees interested in one of these workshops can submit a request here.
10 Ways to Annoy Your Co-Workers
Confronting the Tough Stuff
Delegation and Feedback
Digital Ethics & Internet Safety for Parents and Caregivers
Digital Ethics & Reputation Damage in a Social Media Culture
Email Etiquette *
The No Complaining Rule
Facilitation Skills for Facilitators
Tearing Down Walls
* part of the Customer Service at JMU: EveryONE Makes a Difference series
+ part of the Administrative Assistants Certificate Program series