Wed, May 27
Powerful Presentations with Susan Losapio
Tuition: $195 before May 20
Location: Portsmouth, NH
Does the thought of giving a presentation set your nerves on edge?
Perhaps you haven't changed your presentation style since college. In today's world of quick response and soundbite information, it's possible your presentation style is no longer effective.
If you'd like to take a fresh look at presenting, you don't want to miss our Powerful Presentations training on May 27, in Portsmouth, NH.
Whether you give speeches every day or have to present your first one soon, this day is an opportunity to:
- Learn valuable presentation skills
- Practice in front of like-minded learners, and
- Invite your audience to engage with every word you say.
I hope you'll join Susan Losapio and me on May 27!
Tue, June 2
Location: Ace Conference Center, Lafayette, PA
Oranizational training in effective presentations for Saint-Gobain Glass. Part of an ongoing Management Development Insititute. Offered in collaboration with the University of New Hampshire's Browne Center for Innovative Learning.
Thu, June 4 9:30am
Managing Difficult Situations by Managing Yourself
Location: University of New Hampshire, Portsmouth
If managing people has become frustrating, if your relationships with co-workers has deteriorated to the point of avoidance, or if you find yourself wishing, "If only he/she would change, life would be so great!" then come view life from a more powerful perspective.
Using Eastern and Western methods, you'll practice skills such as centering, power, appreciation, and co-creation, and make connections to workplace applications such as conflict, relationship management, training, and teamwork. Instead of reacting to circumstances, you will learn to breathe, center, evaluate, and make choices that direct your energy effortlessly toward your vision.
(This is part of the Supervisory Skills Certificate Program, but you do not need to enroll in the program to take this workshop.)
Mon, June 8
Location: State of Vermont - Berlin, VT
Whether the goal is excellent service, facilitating change, or creating a cooperative work environment, conflict often gets in the way.
The Aiki approach presents new ways to utilize and re-direct the energy of conflict. This interactive program uses principles and techniques from Aikido, the Japanese art of reconciliation. Emphasis is on appreciation, understanding, and working with your "opponents" instead of against them.