Finding Your Voice
Becoming a Positive, Powerful, Confident Communicator
Do you ever feel as if no one is listening to you? Do you have a hard time finding the right words to state your point of view? Do you get talked into doing things that you don’t want to do? Do you know how to say no tactfully? Being confident and assertive means that you express yourself effectively and stand up for your point of view, while also respecting the rights of others. Agreeing to disagree tactfully.
During this virtual program, women will learn:
reasons to step up including pushing back against gender bias, compensation inequity, and harassment.
ways to increase emotional intelligence.
the difference between being aggressive, assertive, or passive.
how to become a powerful, positive communicator and role model for others.
how to communicate with clarity and confidence.
strategies for eliminating weak language.
how to make a fabulous first impression.
how to handle challenging situations and difficult people.
"Regina has conducted several leadership and team-building training events for our management team. Her enthusiasm and genuine interest in our business allowed for well-received sessions, which were lively, interactive, and fun. She made the subjects interesting and understandable, peppering her presentations with humor and using excellent explanations and examples. I would recommend Regina to any company looking to develop their managers' skills."
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