The Power and Strength of Being a Great Communicator

Business Acumen

David R. Shostak, PMP, ATP, DTM

Senior Program Manager



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About the Presentation

People Sure Communicate in Funny Ways! However, you will learn what you need to know: how to say the right things the right way, in the right place, and at the right time.

This presentation will tell you how to be a clear and concise communicator.

Learning how to keep your emotions intact and on an even keel helps you get to move forward with your project and team members.

Using emotional Intelligence to understand people and why they do what they do.

You need to know your strengths so you can use them to gain an advantage over all the constraints, obstacles, and issues you will face in the workplace and in life.

Learning Objectives:

·         Know the skills to be a clear, concise, and powerful communicator.

·         Learn what you need to know about yourself.

·         Understand people and how to communicate with them clearly.

·         Use emotion and passion to eliminate obstacles

About David Shostak

David R. Shostak is a world-class senior program manager with versatile and dynamic leadership team building, interpersonal, and team motivation skills. He led every aspect of high technology programs, engineering, business development programs. He has presented to senior business executives and three-star generals. He will guarantee to improve your communication skills.

Mr. Shostak is one of the fathers of GPS for vehicle navigation. He led a team of people, drove handheld consumer products to market, and made Oprah Winfrey's Favorite Things.

He is a highly accomplished professional and is an authority in public speaking. He wrote a book "Project Management in the Real World…Explaining all the nonsense about Project Management in Plain English." He is a Project Management and System Engineering instructor for Caltech.