Altria Presents: Understanding Your Communication Style

05:30 PM - 07:30 PM

“Good communication opens doors… and poor communication closes them.” Communication is the single most important key to success in the workplace. If you can’t communicate with confidence and credibility, you may get passed over for promotions, have a difficult time relating to coworkers and colleagues, and bear the brunt of misunderstandings and mistakes. (Fred Pryor Seminars – Professional Communication: What Message Are You Sending)

Attending and participating in this event will aid you in understanding your personal communication style and provide you with tools that will help you communicate more effectively, be heard and listened to.

About Altria:

Altria is a FORTUNE 200 company that leads the premier tobacco companies in the United States. Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, Altria holds diversified positions across tobacco, alcohol, and cannabis. Our tobacco companies include some of the most enduring names in American business: Philip Morris USA, U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company, John Middleton, and Nat Sherman. We have 35 percent ownership of JUUL Labs, Inc., the nation’s leading e-vapor company. Altria’s significant stake in Cronos Group, a leading global cannabinoid company, represents an exciting new global growth opportunity.

At Altria, we recognize that our people are the reason we achieve our business goals. It’s only through diverse perspectives and insights that we will be able to take on the important challenges we will face to dramatically transform our business – and our industry. The work opportunities and experiences, combined with training, development, and advancement programs, allow our employees to achieve their full potential and deliver superior business results.

For more information, please visit the firm’s Handshake page at https://ncat.joinhandshake.com/employers/72039  or http://www.altria.com/careers.

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Media Contact Information: Kendra M. Sharp, kmsharp@ncat.edu

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