#160 [Talk-25] Effective Communication - Community & Stakeholders
Opened 4 months ago by smaitra. Modified 3 months ago

CfP Submission for Flock 2019 is now open

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    1. Round 1 selection starts on: 1 June 2019
    2. Round 2 selection starts on: 15 June 2019
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  1. What is your proposal?
    To deliver a talk on Effective Communication - Community & Stakeholders and expecting an interactive session.

Be specific about what you want to accomplish, how this helps the project and
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on what we are looking for.
Communication is the key ingredient of the projects around us and one of the success parameter. Effective communication has positive effect on virtually almost everything that we intend to accomplish. At the same time, over or under communication also have some adverse effect on people or project.
In my talk, I will speak about how we can communicate(verbal and non-verbal) in community and with the stakeholders to make it more specific aiming what we want to achieve through communication. What are the factors those make difference in communication and what could be the consequences of miscommunication. How as a speaker or listener/receiver, someone can act positively. Community communication often based on non-verbal(irc, mailing list, Bugs) and audience can learn how to make make these kind of communication effective. I will also talk on how apart from the passing the message while communicating with people, effective communication often piggybacked by trust, emotion, personal touch that makes it easier to realize the goal.

  1. Who in addition to the speaker needs to be in the room for this to succeed? This could be the audience you need to reach, other participants in the conversation, or other stakeholders.

Audience for whom communication is a major part of their job like project managers, QEs, Developers, even Students contributing in FOSS community.
List each person by their name and FAS ID, as shown below:

  1. Is this a…

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  • 25 minutes: Talk
  1. Anything else we need to know?

This could be room setup, A/V needs, etc.
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flock-admin@fedoraproject.org.

I also have registered my active participation in I18n Hackfest(https://pagure.io/i18n/issue/113). And I have submitted funding request for travel once.

  1. Who are you?
  • Name: Satyabrata Maitra
  • FAS ID: @smaitra
  • IRC Nick, if not FAS ID: smaitra/Satya

I would be the second speaker to this talk.
Name : Swati Goswami
FAS ID: @goswamiswati
IRC Nick : swati/swatig

Logical structure, lot of valuable info I do support this talk for sure. No objections.

+1 from myself.

Looks good to me, I like it.
+1.

This looks interesting. +1

+1 I would like to hear this talk.

Metadata Update from @mattdm:
- Issue assigned to mattdm

3 months ago

Metadata Update from @mattdm:
- Issue tagged with: Talk In Consideration

3 months ago

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