Clearer communication (IH AMT 2021)

On 18th and 23rd January I presented my talk on communication tips at the IH Academic Managers and Trainers conference. Here is the blurb:

Communication is the keystone of management, with the quality of your communication making the difference between a team that resents every change you make and one that will follow where you lead. Clear, supportive communication is something I feel very passionate about, and have worked on a lot over the past few years. In this talk, I can offer various tried and tested tips to improve the effectiveness of online and offline communication with your team, hopefully leading to a more positive, supportive environment for all of you.

This was a variation of a presentation I originally did for ACEIA in October 2020. You can see the presentation written out in full in this post. You can watch the video from the IH AMT here (and links to other talks from the event in this blogpost):

Here are my slides from the IH Bielsko-Biała Teacher Training Day, where I also did a 30-minute version of the talk:

What tips do you have for communicating more clearly with students, teachers and trainees?

2 thoughts on “Clearer communication (IH AMT 2021)

  1. Thank you very much for this post, Sandy, and for the session: it was amazing to hear the examples and tips for running meetings and email communication. I personally found them practical and applicable for trainer teams, project teams, and other contexts. In 2020, I realize the number of messages and emails increased a lot (and I imagine, not just for me), and managing this flow is very important.

    Thank you for all the wonderful things you are sharing with ELT-ers!
    Zhenya

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