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Communication Styles in the Workplace: Key to Collaboration

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015, 9:00am - 12:00pm


Collaboration, creativity, and communication are necessary ingredients in a highly productive and harmonious work environment.  The Communication Styles Framework developed by Robert V. Keteyian offers a structure to identify strengths and challenges, as well as a pathway to problem-solving and team-building. 

You Will:

  • Discover your communication style strengths
  • Identify how those strengths can serve as obstacles
  • Develop specific tools to achieve understanding
  • Recognize new pathways to collaboration

Who Should Attend:

Board members, leaders, and staff from small to mid-sized nonprofits.


Robert V. Keteyian, M.Ed. is a communication specialist and the author of Do You Know What I Mean?—Discovering Your Personal Communication Style, which offers a unique, in-depth approach to conversational dynamics, problem-solving, and successful collaboration  With over 30 years of experience, Bob has developed a wide ranging consulting practice, helping people have important/difficult conversations, developing creativity in teams, aligning leadership and communication styles, and rooting company culture in successful communication practices.


  • Members: $50
  • NonMembers: $100

Register at the link below. You may only register yourself online. To register additional people, please call us at 207-871-1885 or email Learn@NonprofitMaine.org.

Related Resources:

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Location: Thomas College- Berry Dunn Student Meeting Room
180 West River Road Waterville, ME 04901
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