Wednesday, February 10, 2010

How Effective Leaders Communicate

Date: Thursday, February 25th

Time: 3:00-4:30

Fee: $20 (Free to Incubator Clients)

Location: University Tower 12201 Research Parkway, 2nd Floor, Orlando, FL., 32826

Please RSVP to Renee Ayala at 407-882-0202 or via email

Leadership is a connection between individuals that is grounded in and nourished by communication.
Leaders at both the strategic and the operational levels of organizations must be competent communicators in order to be effective in their roles. As a leader in your organization, what communication challenges do you face and how have you dealt with them? The stakes are high and the time to be at the top of your game is now.

During this highly interactive and informative session, you will explore key strategies and behaviors which, when put into play, will enhance both your interpersonal and group communication skills in face-to-face or
virtual environments and in times of prosperity or challenge. You will hear how other leaders have successfully overcome communication challenges and have the chance to share your personal experience. You will also be invited to begin a personal Leadership Communication Plan.


Sue Carroll Clapp, M.Ed. is founder and president of SCC and Associates, a consulting and training firm specializing in management, leadership and organization development. Over the past twenty-five years, her professional mission has been to work in partnership with each client to identify and meet performance goals. An accomplished consultant, facilitator, trainer, coach and speaker, Sue has worked with individuals from the corporate boardroom to the front lines in a wide range of industries and in organizations across the United States, into Canada and the Caribbean. She has also been a distinguished faculty of the American
Management Association since 1997. An active volunteer and leader in community, corporate and
professional programs, Sue has donated her time and talents to support numerous nonprofit organizations.

No comments: