[Neasis-l] Fwd: [sla-list] Forum on Leadership and Effective Communications - SLA at Simmons Event with Gail Fairhurst
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I am forwarding this message on behalf of Caren Torrey, President of
SLA at Simmons. This program is free to all!
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*From: *Carenanne Torrey <carenanne.torrey at simmons.edu>
*Subject: **[sla-list] Forum on Leadership and Effective Communications -
SLA at Simmons Event with Gail Fairhurst*
*Date: *April 16, 2015 at 9:11:57 AM EDT
*To: *sla-list at simmons.edu
SLA at Simmons is excited to invite you to attend this awesome FREE event! We
are bringing Gail Fairhurst to Simmons to talk about leadership and
effective communication. Please RSVP to attend!
*Forum on Leadership and Effective Communications: Featuring Gail
Fairhurst, author of The Power of Framing: Creating the Language of
*Date/Time:* Mon. 6/15/15 5:30-7:30pm
*Location:* Simmons College, Paresky Conference Room, Main College
Building, 300 The Fenway, Boston MA
*Sponsor:* H.W. Wilson Foundation
*Hosted by:* SLA at Simmons Student Group, School of Library and Information
Science, Simmons College
One of the most common communication errors made in today’s workplace is
confusing talking with real communication. One way to avoid this is to
better understand the skill of framing through which we define the meaning
of “the situation here and now.” Are we in a “crisis”? Is this situation
merely “a cause for concern” or should we be on “red-alert”? Am I
appreciating all the stakeholders impacted? When we connect with others
through our framing, we shape reality and if we “manage meaning” when
others can’t, we emerge as leaders. Come hear Professor Gail Fairhurst,
author of “The Power of Framing” and a leading expert in organizational
communications, in a moderated discussion on communications skills
professionals need to embrace to be seen as leaders. A limited number of
Professor Fairhurst’s book will be available for those wishing to purchase
a signed copy.
*Moderators:* Mary Shapiro, Simmons College Diane Kagen Trust '77GS
Professorship in Leadership Development and Toby Pearlstein, Retired Global
Director of Information Services, Bain & Company, Inc.
*Introduced by:* Eileen Abels, Dean, School of Library and Information
*Registration:* There is no charge for this event, but to help us gauge
attendance, please RSVP via Eventbrite (
) by June 1, 2015.
*Parking:* A limited number of discounted parking vouchers available for
those who RSVP by June 1, 2015 (current Simmons students do not qualify for
*Questions about this program?* Contact Ann Cullen (ann.cullen at emory.edu)
or Caren Torrey (carenanne.torrey at simmons.edu).
*Gail Fairhurst Bio: *
Gail Fairhurst is an award-winning professor of organizational
communication and leadership at the University of Cincinnati. She is also
an international speaker, management consultant, and executive coach for
such companies as McDonald's, Boeing, Procter & Gamble, General Electric,
State Farm Insurance, Merrill Lynch, U.S. Air Force, and the Children's
Hospital of Cincinnati, among others. She has published 3 books and over
60 articles and book chapters. She is also a Fulbright Scholar, a
Distinguished Scholar of the National Communication Association, and a
Fellow of the International Communication Association.
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