ERG Aerospace hired Jeffrey Benjamin of Breakthrough Training to facilitate effective communication skills training in Oakland, California over a 3 day period with over 60 employees. A focus on team communication skills in the workplace was emphasized through various team building activities. Participants also learned about the 4 communication styles of Director, Socializer, Thinker and Relator and how to best work with and relate to people who share different communication preferences. Best practices for giving and receiving feedback to co-workers was discussed, as well as how to praise and celebrate both individual and team achievements. A greater understanding of body language, tone and verbal communication cues were examined, and best practices to ensure your message is well received by an audience. The training took place at the Hyatt Place located at 5700 Bay Street, Emeryville, California 94608. (510) 285.9232
Meet the facilitator Jeff Benjamin of Breakthrough Training
ERG Aerospace Corporation has been producing foamed metals, carbons, and ceramics for the aerospace, defense, semiconductor manufacturing, biomedical, and scientific industries.
From 1967 until the mid-1990s, the majority of ERG’s business was sequestered for military applications and included the design and manufacture of critical foam components for reconnaissance satellites, nuclear weapons, ICBMs, and other aerospace systems. With the end of the Cold War, the advanced design and manufacturing technologies that ERG had perfected were then made available for commercial, scientific, and non-classified military applications. ERG has facilities in both Oakland, California and Sparks, Nevada.
Breakthrough Training offers leadership for managers and supervisors.
Breakthrough also provides a 2 Day Leadership course in Reno available to the general public that allows companies to send key staff members for employee development.
Master Your Communication
You know that communication is vital for creating and maintaining effective relationships with family and friends.
In the business world, your job requires you to get along with others so you can exchange ideas with coworkers and customers to achieve goals.