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Interpersonal Communication -- Dynamics and Context
Effective human communication plays a central role in human relationships daily. It is not surprising to see how interpersonal communication can affect our lives in different contexts. For newcomers to Canada, cultural settings, languages barriers, and other factors could be a burden to have and maintain dynamics especially in the workplace. With COVID-19, it became hard to establish effective interpersonal communication with the use of technology and virtual tools and with the lack of actual interpersonal encounters. Join us for a two-part webinar series that will move us towards creating effective interpersonal communication.

In part 2/2 of this webinar series, you will learn:
•The importance of creating a positive communication climate in relationships, and what would “supportive” climate could look like
•Best practices for managing conflicts in interpersonal contexts
•The dynamics of work, group and team communication
•How effective interpersonal communication can support diversity and inclusion

Mar 17, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Aliaa Dakroury
Associate Professor, School of Communication @Saint Paul University
Dr. Aliaa Dakroury is an Associate Professor at the School of Social Communication, Saint Paul University. She holds a PhD from Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication. She taught at the University of Ottawa’s Department of Communication and Carleton University’s Departments of Sociology and Anthropology, Law, and Journalism and Communication. Her fields of interest are: communication rights; history of communication; globalization and information technology; governance and Canadian media policy; social justice and cultural rights; and Islam and media representation. Professor Dakroury is the co-editor of the Global Media Journal—Canadian Edition, and her publications appear in various journals, including the Journal of International Communication, Media Development, the American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Studies in Contemporary Culture, the Journal of InterGroup Relations, the Global Media Journal, the Journal of Culture, Language, and Representation.