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Lunch ‘n Learn – Make An Impact With Body Language
July 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
Bring your own lunch to this brown bag lunch and learn session at Prospector Collaboration Space.
The learning session starts at 12:05 and will conclude by 12:50 so you can get back to it.
The featured expert for this session is:
Steph Halloway, body language consultant at Elemental Potential (www.elementalpotential.com)
Steph Holloway is a body language and communication expert who has worked internationally with over 10,000 people. She was the founder of Elemental Potential, and creator of the world’s first practical model for compassionate assertiveness in 2012.
Her work, both in the public arena, and as a corporate trainer and coach is all about helping people to be better communicators – with the goal to heal, inspire, and educate…….and she believes that it usually happens in that order!
Restoring harmony to workplaces, reducing toxicity, and working as an advocate for transparency are all high on the values list for the businesses she works with (which now exceeds 1,200 globally).
She works toward gaining people freedom from worn out ideas and attitudes, and the constraint of their communication patterns. Using simple to remember techniques and triggers that create shortcuts through the ego and to the sub-conscious, she raises awareness about what you bring to the table in your communication style, and how that is working for you……or not!
What to bring: Lunch and a drink (filtered water source available to fill your bottle or cup) No computer is necessary, as this demo will be recorded and notes will be provided afterward for your use.
enue: This lunch and learn session will be held at Prospector Collaboration Space. A membership to Prospector is not required to attend.
Looking for lunch spots to grab takeaway? We recommend:
- Balls and Bangles, Church Street
- Erik’s Fish and Chips, Earl Street
- Yonder Cafe, Church Street
- QRC Cafe, Coronation Drive (enter off Earl Street, rear entrance)
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