A TLC Seminar
Verbal Judo: The Gentle Art of Persuasion
Verbal Judo is a kind of conflict management which involves
using tone of voice and choice of words to calm an angry
individual. This verbal self-defense is also known as the
gentle art of persuasion; it uses techniques for deflecting
conversation and redirecting the conversation to a less
emotional, controlled level.
The primary goal of Verbal Judo is to manage behavior with
words to gain compliance over a non-compliant subject.
In this one-hour seminar, Dr. Jamie Wada, a certified Verbal
Judo instructor, will present an overview of Verbal Judo and
share the basics.
Audience: This seminar is open to anyone who would like to
attend. Bring a friend!
Facilitator: Dr. Jamie Wada, Associate Professor, Justice Studies Department
MAP Priorities: Participation in this workshop may assist the institution in fulfilling the
following priority related to the Master Academic Plan (MAP); MAP 3.5.
Meeting Time: Thursday, October 15, 3-4 pm
Meeting Place: LLC 111.
Participants: No limit.
Registration: Complete form at: http://csc.edu/tlc/workshops/ . http://csc.edu/tlc/workshops/