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Soft Skills for Success

Soft Skills for Success

How well does your team communicate? How well do you collaborate? Are you sure?

Communications expert Elizabeth Hodos joins Pragmatic Live host Rebecca Kalogeris to talk through some of the fun and engaging ways she’s developed to help teams learn to communicate and collaborate better. Through her exercises, you’ll begin to see where your team’s communication is lacking, when you’re talking over each other instead of listening, and how to best remedy those issues so you can have more productive conversations. 

Want to learn more about using improvisational theater techniques to improve your team’s soft skills? Check out our recent webinar with Elizabeth Hodos, “Improv(ing) Collaboration.” And make sure you subscribe so you never miss out on any of our great content. 

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