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Four-week public speaking class on Wednesdays. Class time is from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
This course will help you learn how to zero in on your message in a way that is meaningful for you and resonates with your audience. We will explore how to really know your audience, the infinite variety of ways you can express your message, and tactics to help you gauge your effectiveness. All in a fun, interactive, and supportive environment.Learn more »
Too often we view meetings as an obligation that prevents us from being productive and not a way to achieve our goals and move our organization forward. Gain the tools to transform meetings so they are productive and make a difference, whether routine check-ins, planning, or decision- making meetings.Learn more »
Animals provide us with examples, and hope, that it is possible for the dissimilar to live in harmony. In today's increasingly polarized climate, many are looking for tangible ways to encourage more meaningful interactions with people who look, believe, and vote differently than they do. Learn about the concept of Symbiotic Consumption and how it can be used as a first step toward greater civility despite our differences.Learn more »
Our strengths directly correspond to what we love to do most and what we do best. When we have a deep understanding of our strengths we open doors of possibility, leading us to more fulfilling work. This highly interactive, fun and eye-opening workshop will give you an in-depth understanding of your own personal strengths and provide opportunities for you to collaborate with others with different strengths. Participants will complete the StrengthsFinder 2.0 assessment prior to this class.Learn more »