June 20, 2014

The Medaille College Leadership Management Council (LMC) will hold its third session of the 2014 Excellence in Leadership Series, Leadership Communications, on September 18. The seminar will be held at the Medaille College Buffalo Campus. Registration and networking begin at 7:30 with the program to follow, 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.

This presentation will provide insights centered on the Leadership Communication techniques necessary to successfully manage information flow through an organization. The clear and accurate flow of information is essential when leading within a business or organization.

The session, including Q&A and roundtable, focuses on the following areas:

• Levels of communication – sizing the message
• Managing the increasing speed of communication
• Creating a dialogue , not a monologue – being credible
• Building a communication plan and then making the most of it
• The unplanned opportunities to communicate or personalize a message
• Knowing when to listen and how/when to respond
• Measuring effectiveness of communication – taking feedback
• Flexibility to change the communication plan

Registration is required, and attendees are encouraged to register early, as space is limited. Visit www.medaille.edu/LMCseries to register, or call (716) 880-2207 for further information.

The LMC Seminars are part of an on-going free series designed for those interested in gaining more knowledge on effective business techniques and strategies. Each Seminar aims to provide continuing education and enhancement of core competencies for organizational leadership, including:

Keys to successful coaching
A better understanding of the advantages of coaching
Introduced to the P.I.E Model (Performance, Image, Exposure)
Uncover techniques that “DRIVE” employee career development

The final presentation in the series, High Performing Organizations, will take place on Thursday, November 13.

The Leadership Management Council was developed by a group of Medaille alumni and faculty who wanted to show their support for the college that helped them advance their careers through education.  

Medaille College School of Adult and Graduate Education (SAGE) designs programs for working adults. SAGE offers in-demand and career enhancing undergraduate and graduate degrees to allow working professionals to complete their degree and enhance their career while still working and balancing life’s other commitments. 

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