Communication Tips from a Professional Communicator
As project managers, communication is our biggest single function. But how many of us communicate effectively? How many of us would be more successful if we did?
Decades of experience as a professional communicator in television news, politics, education and emergency management has taught Brent Boynton the universal principles of communication. And it’s given him a few things to talk about.
Learn how the principles of news writing can make you more effective in dealing with your clients. See how the backbone of emergency communication can help you include all your stakeholders. Grasp the importance of the other person’s point of view…and the value of listening.
Click here to listen to a great interview with emmy-nominated television journalist Brent Boynton on effective communications for project managers by Carla Fair-Wright.
Speaker Brent Boynton's Bio:
Everybody who has something to lose—or gain—through media attention needs media training. Brent Boynton helps people look good on camera, on the web and in print. As principal of Boynton Communications, he consults, trains and coaches organizations and individuals. Visit BoyntonCom.com for more information.
Brent Boynton has been a fixture on Reno television since the early 1990s. He has served as communications director for a congressman and a governor. He currently trains people and organizations to effectively work with the news media, and he recently wrapped up his first project management job as a consultant for the State of Nevada’s Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security.