Stepheca M. Sawyer

Stepheca M. Sawyer

SpeakerMatch

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Stepheca M. Sawyer is an award-winning educator, accomplished journalist and nationally recognized speaker. A highly sought after trainer and orator, Stepheca's work can be seen in the boardroom, in the classroom and on stage.

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Travels from Baltimore, MD (US)

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Stepheca M. Sawyer
Stepheca Sawyer - Motivational Speaker

Sawyer Syndicate, LLC

Helping You Make The Pieces Fit!

Stepheca M. Sawyer is an award-winning educator, accomplished journalist and nationally recognized speaker. A highly sought after trainer and orator, Stepheca's work can be seen in the boardroom, in the classroom and on stage.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Baltimore, MD

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Stepheca M. Sawyer - Motivational Speaker

Stepheca M. Sawyer

Sawyer Syndicate, LLC

Helping You Make The Pieces Fit!

Stepheca M. Sawyer is an award-winning educator, accomplished journalist and nationally recognized speaker. A highly sought after trainer and orator, Stepheca's work can be seen in the boardroom, in the classroom and on stage.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Baltimore, MD

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Stepheca M. Sawyer,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/stepheca/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Images, Words, Actions - Media’s Influence on Workplace Behavior
Do You See What I See?

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Media has the power to affect how we think and behave. It helps in shaping our attitudes and beliefs; and ultimately affects our opinion of people and situations. Whether we are conscious of it or not, media has the power to directly or indirectly form our understanding of culture and gender as well as magnify commonalities or differences. It is because media has the strength to positively or negatively affect our actions that organizations must remain aware of how this external influence impacts its internal workplace. Originally presented as a keynote for 1600 state employees, this presentation, "Images, Words, Actions: Media’s Influence on Workplace Behavior", will explore how media affects interpersonal and organizational communication. We will examine how these vehicles aid in our understanding of people and whether or not media bridges the gap or creates a greater distance in our awareness of gender, social, ethnic and cultural differences. By the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to: • Understand how images and language affect our thoughts and behavior, • Recognize when nonverbal communication meets miscommunication, • Identify how internal forms of communication (i.e. company newsletter) may aid in reshaping workplace behavior, • Understand the role of employees challenging stereotypes influenced by media.