Interpersonal Skills - Developing Effective Relationships
In this course, you will begin to develop your interpersonal skills to increase your self-awareness and to aid you in understanding others better. You will gain an understanding of different communication styles, and your style, to help you effectively communicate with others. You will then learn how to use this knowledge to help you build and develop effective relationships. The goal is to have participants leave with tools that can be practiced beyond the session to grow their communication and relationship building skills.
Assessment prior to workshop of Myers Briggs Type Indicator – Jung based quick, free online assessment (it takes 10 minutes to complete).
Next Training Offering is:
To Be Determined
Classes will be Virtual - via Zoom
Email email@example.com or call 607-936-5501 for more information on upcoming dates or opportunities for your corporate training needs!
SUNY Corning Community College is committed to ensuring equal access to students with disabilities. If you believe that you will need accommodations while taking this course, please contact Accessibility Services by phone 607-962-9262 or email Accessibility@corning-cc.edu to begin the process of requesting accommodations. We strive to coordinate accommodations in a timely manner, but some accommodations may not be available when you need them if you do not give timely notice.
About Your Instructor
Megan Cates is a Corporate and Community Education consultant, focusing inDigital Media, Marketing, Human Resources, and Personal and Professional Development.
Megan graduated from Elmira College in 2016 with her Masters in Corporate & Community Education, and has professional certifications in training and HR Development. She is a professional problem solver, and has been teaching through CCC’s Workforce Development program for 5 years.
In addition to her work with CCC, Megan works as a Talent Acquisition Manager in her day job, and is also the founder of Cates Consulting & Design. She is an active member of the Type 1 Diabetes community, working with, fundraising, and writing for others living with T1D. Her favorite quote to live by is “Be the person you needed when you were younger.”