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Effective Communications: Resonating across the Generations


Total Credits: 1 CLE, 1 Ethics

Average Rating:
   6
Categories:
Miscellaneous |  Ethics |  Skills
Faculty:
Claude Ducloux
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Feb 13, 2024


Description

We all have a duty to communicate understand the different communication styles of the now 6 identifiable generation of  Americans.  WHICH generation is auditory? which is visual?  What historical events shaped their perceptions. What about the difference in attentions spans?  and learn about the myth of multi-tasking.

We will cover these topics:

  • The duty of lawyers to keep clients informed, and the difficulty in bridging different communication styles based upon existing technologies during each generation’s formative years;
  • Descriptions of Each Generation and its communication styles, traits and current population share;
  • Important events for each generation;
  • Catering to information expectations;
  • Use of courtroom technology;
  • Issues when selecting juries and deposing witnesses;
  • The Myth of Multi-Tasking
  • Lawyer Communication Strategies.

If you have ever wondered why that colleague, judge or client doesn’t understand you, this course is for you.  Learn to share your own communication strengths.

Speaker:

Claude Ducloux, Law Offices of Claude E. Ducloux

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Reviews

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Overall:      4.2

Total Reviews: 6

Comments

Wendy G

"I was on the edge of my seat thoroughly enjoying every bit of his content. Thank you!! "

Joy H

"The presenters strong opinions detracted from the amount of time he could have used talking about the material."

James B

"I was hoping for more in-depth strategies for directly communicating with the younger generation of lawyers instead of just attributing generalized characteristics to certain age groups based on a generational analysis (that may or may not be accurate). "