Lunch and Learn
Ivy Tech Corporate College is proud to host a monthly lunch and learn activity. The targeted series will address issues that affect employers today. Sessions are held the fourth Tuesday of the month at our Liberty Crossing location. Lunch is provided.
He Said - She Said
Presenter: Tim Hosey
Men and women think differently, and communicate very differently. Here are those differences in easy-to-understand ways and with why explanations. Meet the basic thinking and communication styles of each sex, plus the rights and wrongs when communicating with either sex. Presented with a blue handout for women to understand men better, and a pink handout for men to understand women better, here's how to always communicate with the opposite sex and never be misunderstood.
SOME TOPICS COVERED:
- How women use the left and right sides of the brain when thinking, and when communicating, while men only use the left side.
- The three biggest differences on how men and women think and communicate.
- The five most important things to never say if you are a woman talking to a man.
- The five most important things to never say if you are a man talking to a woman.
- How to communicate with the opposite sex at work or in the business place.
- How to manage better opposite sex employees at work.
- How to communicate better with your spouse and other opposite-sex family members.
Tim Hosey is the president of Timothy Hosey & Associates, a 29-year-old consulting firm doing marketing and management consulting work for businesses and organizations throughout the U.S. and Canada. The company specializes in how the baby-boomer generation (the largest generation in history) is altering the modern rules of successful marketing and management in the business place today. He also works with Generation X and Generation Y (Millennials) issues.
Tim stared out as a copywriter and a salesman. He has evolved into an advisor to companies and organizations on business planning, marketing research, and ad, promotional, public relations and sales campaigns. He does a lot of employee management work. He also has a reputation for recruiting, hiring and keeping great employees for companies and organizations. Hosey works in almost all industries.
Tim taught magazine writing at the Indiana University School of Journalism. He has published hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles on business topics.
He has appeared on both television and radio. He has addressed such organizations as The National Alliance of Business in Washington, D.C., The Illinois Department of Commerce, The American Society of Home Inspectors, The Professional Lawn Care Association of America, dozens of private sector vendor associations, many economic development groups, The Indiana Statewide Rural Electric Co-ops, The Indiana Small Business Development Centers, many dozens of Chambers of Commerce across the country, and hundreds of other professional and business groups around the nation.
His main message: all successful businesses and organizations have common characteristics. We know clearly what they are and anyone can add them to their business or organization. In fact, we now have arrived at the 21st century science of successful small business.
May 28, 2013
Liberty Crossing, M114
$10 (includes lunch)