Ms. Ingram develops and provides training and management consulting and facilitation services for organizations across the federal sector as well as for private sector clients. Her areas of specialty include Leadership Development; Cultural and Workforce Diversity, Instructor Development; Team Building; Effective Meetings; Emotional Intelligence; Resilience, Change Management; Conflict Resolution,; Cross-Gender Communication and Sexual Harassment, Emotional Intelligence; Customer Service and a host of other courses. Ms Ingram is principal author of more than 50 curriculum packages in the above areas now in use across the United States, Africa and Japan. Ms. Ingram holds a Bachelor Business Administration from Howard University and a Masters Degree in Organization/Human Resource Development from Johns Hopkins University, where she also completed two Hopkins Fellowships in Change Management and Women, Leadership and Change. She is certified by Williams Bridges, Leading Change, Toronto,CA , MBTI, and Emotional Intelligence- 360 Feedback, Otto Kroger Associates. Certificate as Sherpa coach.
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Marshall Islands (GMT+12)
Overcome barriers to effective office communications. Develop strategies to increase your ability to be understood by identifying your own communication style and that of others. Explore methods of interpreting verbal and nonverbal feedback and the use of appropriate repetition to clarify communications. Communicating during periods of change can create conflict; participants will examine methods to best communicate during times of transition.
This course uses lectures, discussions, and small group exercises focused on building the following competencies: leadership, supervisory skills, effective communication, developing effective vision, and innovation.
Photos from recent activities hosted by the Pacific and Virgin Islands Training Initiatives (PITI-VITI) in support of conferences, training and leadership development, are available below.