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Trust, Empathy & Accountability: Communication Skills for a Positive Work Culture

Due to the continuing global health situation, all current programs will be offered in an online format.  Our staff are available to answer your questions at

Ed Reggi
Certified Practitioner of Applied Improvisation

Preferred registration deadline: November 27th

This workshop will be conducted in a virtual Zoom meeting online format.

3 CEUs

Join us for a highly interactive workshop to help you identify and practice the communication skills that contribute to a positive work culture and promote a free exchange of ideas.

Through a series of guided exercises, rooted in the tenets of Compassionate Communication and Applied Improvisation, we will examine communication patterns that lead to mistrust and lack of empathy in the workplace. We will then consider how to achieve more productive patterns, with particular attention to communication occurring as people are working remotely. Participants will engage in communication exercises to specifically explore trust, listening, validation, and feedback.

With the foundation of these basic skills, the workshop will then address enhancing teamwork and collaboration, as well as managing deadlines and criticism.

General Admission: $60**
Class size is limited to 45.

**Discounts on workshop admission are offered to the Brown School’s students, alumni, and field instructors. We also offer a discount to full-time graduate students in other programs and to our Washington University faculty/staff colleagues. No other discounts are available. Admission discounts apply automatically in your cart, based on your profile in our registration software.

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