A Clear Vision of the FutureArkansas SHRM 2020 HR Conference & Expo • April 1-3 • Rogers, Arkansas

A Clear Vision of the Future

Arkansas SHRM 2020 HR Conference & Expo • April 1-3 • Rogers, Arkansas

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Program Details

How to Maintain High-Touch Relationships in High-Tech Times

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Summary

From Facebook to email and texting, technology has taken over as the primary means of communication. Yet conversations are still a crucial part of relationship-building, both professionally and personally. This upbeat presentation will provide real-life communication strategies for maintaining “high-touch” relationships in “high-tech” times.

Presentation highlights include:

  • How to compose reader friendly emails
  • High-Tech Checklist: Find out whether your cell phone behavior is respectful or rude
  • 3 clues that you should choose to call rather than email or text
  • Text Talk: Cracking the code of cross-generational communication
  • Sarita's Survey: What the tech savvy suggest for staying connected

Sarita Maybin

Sarita Maybin is an international speaker, communication expert and author whose audiences have fun learning how to stay positive, constructively confront tough communication situations and work together better.

During her 20+ years as a speaker, Sarita has spoken in ALL 50 states as well as Puerto Rico, Mexico, Jamaica, Canada, England, Asia, Iceland…and on the prestigious TEDx stage. Her clients include Hewlett Packard, Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles County, Department of the Navy and University of California, among others. She has also been the keynote speaker for several other SHRM state meetings including Kansas, Minnesota and Missouri.

Sarita is a former university Dean of Students with a master’s degree in Counseling, a Toastmasters Humorous Speech Contest winner and a Past President of the National Speakers Association, San Diego chapter. She has also been interviewed by the media about her book "If You Can't Say Something Nice, What DO You Say?"

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