Lectures and seminars Conflict-Free Messaging
In every organization, project or community, reliance on written messages can lead to conflicts that impact productivity and wellbeing. But by adopting easy-to-learn strategies, anyone can help to reduce or avoid these conflicts, minimizing their impact, smoothing interactions and reducing stress.
In this seminar, Andrew Hennigan explains how most conflicts can be avoided with simple techniques and some concepts borrowed from the world of diplomacy. Learn how to make your messages less likely to provoke negative reactions, and learn how to deal with incoming messages that appear to be hostile.
Students, PhD students, postdocs and researchers
About the speaker
Andrew Hennigan is a speaker, speaker coach and writer based in Stockholm. As a speaker he works regularly at Karolinska Institutet, other universities, businesses and organizations, speaking about practical networking, effective speaking, ethical influencing skills, communicating innovation and other related topics. He is also a professional speaker coach, helping individuals and groups to craft impactful presentations and talks in the least possible time, and he has been a TEDxStockholm volunteer since 2015.
The seminar will be held in Strix, von Eulers road 4 in Solna but will also be live streamed to Torget at the KI Library, Alfred Nobels allé 8 in Flemingsberg.
This event is organized by KI Career Service
Register for the event in Solna
1) Register for the streamed event in Flemingsberg
2) Get "extended opening hours" access to the library by activating your KI card here