Communicate Better



Tuesday September 21, 2010




Consider how much time you spend each week in meetings, talking with colleagues, or responding to emails - in other words, communicating with others. Communication skills are ranked among the most useful in advancing careers, keeping a job, or finding new employment. This four-hour, participatory workshop will help you better understand your style to be more effective in your career in science, technology or any field. You will learn how to:

  • Improve your ability to communicate
  • Convey information to co-workers more effectively
  • Hone your interviewing skills

Are you interested in moving through issues more quickly at work? Want to get your message across to people who don't seem to communicate quite like you do? After participating in this lively interactive workshop, you'll be able to do just that. In this session, you'll learn to:

  • Identify your communication style
  • Identify the communication styles of others
  • Learn to recognize the communication style of the person you're interacting with

Best of all, you'll walk away with a tool that will help you get through each day, meeting, and project much more smoothly.


Pre-registration Only (until noon Monday September 20): 

$90 Members, $120 non-members; $25 more at the door, if space permits.

Special: $160 workshop and membership combo (save $40!) Student Scholarship Info

Refreshments are included.  Note: enrollment is limited.

One Main Street, Cambridge MA

Offices of Lando & Anastasi, LLP. DIRECTIONS


Workshop Leader:
Sarah Cardozo Duncan is a career strategist with an established national and international client base. Ms. Duncan runs her own consulting firm, Career Strategist, and draws upon over twenty years of recruitment and career development experience to help clients define new or existing career paths, or to help them navigate successfully in their current companies. She previously served as president of the Alliance, an umbrella group of women’s associations that collectively claim about 13,000 members in greater Boston. In 2003, Sarah was recognized by Boston Magazine as one of the 100 most powerful women in Boston.



5:30-6:00: Registration, refreshments & networking

6:00-8:45: Participatory workshop

8:45-9:00: Networking & refreshments


REGISTER NOW Pre-registration ends Monday, September 20 at noon.

Note: enrollment is limited