As an early childhood educator, your ability to be a confident and influential communicator is critical for your interactions with parents, families, other professionals and your colleagues.
The well-being of the children in your care largely depends on your ability to clearly get your message across.
The reality is, many early childhood education professionals lack confidence in both spoken and written communication.
This methodology teaches early childhood professionals how to communicate with impact so that they can form strong, positive relationships with parents and others, and create even better outcomes for the children in their care.
Dr Neryl East has distilled more than three decades of expertise into this high-value, well-paced learning experience that will enable you to:
- get your message across first time, every time
- strengthen work and personal relationships
- grow your influence and credibility in ways you never imagined
By joining this experience, you'll discover the keys to speaking and writing with impact.
As well as six comprehensive modules (26 videos), you’ll also receive bonus templates and tools.
Completing Confident Communication for Early Childhood Educators: How to speak and write with credibility and influence - online will contribute 11 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 5.5.2 and 7.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Dr Neryl East is an international speaker, best-selling author and award-winning journalist who shows leaders and teams how to stand out, accelerate their success and avoid costly reputation mistakes. She's worked with businesses, government agencies, not-for-profits and individuals to transform lacklustre communicators into powerful influencers through a unique combination of skills that cover conversation, presentation and written communication.
Neryl has extensive experience in the early childhood sector, helping educators discover new levels of confidence so that they can build effective relationships with the parents and families of the children in their care, as well as professionals from other agencies and members of their own team.
As the director of one early childhood centre put it, “I have noticed a real difference in the team since they undertook the communication development program and their confidence in speaking with clients has grown enormously.”
Neryl has a PhD in Journalism and is a Certified Professional Speaker - an international designation bestowed on only a small percentage of speakers globally.