EDUCAUSE Live! Webinar
Navigate Your Career with Effective Communication
Young professionals are important to the higher ed IT workforce, as they can broaden and complement the suite of skills within a team by bringing new technical knowledge, innovative methods, and different viewpoints. Effective relationships and communication are essential to success and career development—they strengthen our contributions to our teams and the larger organization. It is important to build relationships with co-workers, key departments and organizations, end users, strategic partners, and leadership. In your early career, navigating these interactions can be especially difficult. It may feel like all these groups speak different languages, and it can even be a challenge to make connections within your own team. In this talk, John O’Brien will introduce the EDUCAUSE Young Professionals Advisory Council (YPAC). We will explore communication tools and techniques to help you build effective relationships within multigenerational teams, end users, and key partners. We will also provide ways to expand your professional network beyond your institution.
- Learn about EDUCAUSE YPAC
- Discover techniques for effective communication with co-workers and key partners
- Understand new methods for communicating with end-users, including students and faculty
- Share methods to build your greater professional network
Manager, Computing and Data Support Services, Northwestern University
Tina PappasAssistant Director, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
John O'BrienPresident & CEO, EDUCAUSE
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Transcript78 KB, doc - Updated on 8/8/2017
RecordingUpdated on 7/27/2017
SlidesUpdated on 7/27/2017
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