Virtual Meeting: How to Become a Master Communicator – AKA Professional Chameleon
BOMA Baltimore Interactive Online Session:
How to Become a Master Communicator – AKA Professional Chameleon
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
3:30 - 4:15 pm
Presented by Keith Daw - Vice President, McDonell Consulting Group
About the Program
Ever notice how we tend to gravitate towards certain types of people or feel more comfortable in particular situations? Did you realize there’s an underlying reason and when we understand what it is and how to use it, building and cultivating relationships are much easier? Keith Daw, Vice President & Trainer at McDonell Consulting Group/Sandler Training will guide us through a 45-minute interactive session on DISC: how to recognize your own hardwired communication and behavioral style, how to identify they styles of others in your world, and tips on adapting to be more intentional and effective in building relationships with your clients, partners, and colleagues. In times like these, taking our communication skills to a whole new level is more critical than ever.
About the Presenter
Keith Daw is the Vice President and a trainer with McDonell Consulting Group, an authorized licensee of Sandler Training, with a state-of-the-art training center in Towson as well as full virtual training capabilities. He places his focus and energy on amplifying professionals, teams, and organizations in the areas of leadership, sales, strategic customer care, and especially that human communications thing where many sometimes struggle. For nearly 9 years, Daw has served a dual role of both producer as well as practitioner, and intentionally incorporates many of his own lessons learned into his talks and trainings.
Prior, Daw spent more than 25 years as business owner, strategist, and salesperson at privately-owned, national, and international companies across a myriad of industries and disciplines.
BOMA Members and Employees of Member Companies - Free*
- *In lieu of a program fee, we kindly request that you make a donation to your favorite charity. If you don't have a favorite charity, here are some suggestions/links:
- Maryland Food Bank - Feeding Marylanders during COVID-19
- This Forbes article outlines some ways to contribute to racial injustice. Or, contribute to ACLU of Maryland.
- BOMA LEAP Fund - BOMA Baltimore's Community Service fund through Strong City Baltimore
- The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Maryland - BOMA member fundraising
$0.00 BOMA Baltimore Members
$0.00 Employees of BOMA Baltimore Member Companies