|Title||May Dinner Meeting|
|Topic||You on Your Best Day….Every Day|
|When||May 30th @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm|
From the moment we step foot into our workplace, all eyes are on us. Interpretations are constantly being made about what kind of mood we are in to how we show up with clients and stake holders. It’s something that cannot be taken lightly. Negative assessments can undermine the strength of our team and the impact of our communications. And work isn’t the only place it matters.
Faith Wood will highlight a few key areas where focusing on developing “your best day” attitude can improve all the relationship touchpoints that happen in your day. Such as:
Appropriateness and method for demonstrating passion and energy
The power of the spoken word and when not to speak.
Tone of voice and body movement
Generating enthusiasm, clarity and persuasiveness
Commitment to building a positive collaborative environment
Your reputation is linked to how you interact and treat others. We need to make it our mission to leave every person we connect with, just a little bit better than how we found them. This is You on Your Best Day!
Location: Petroleum Club, McMurray Room
This event is brought to you in partnership with Cocentric Solutions.
|Speaker Name||Faith Wood|
When you look at Faith’s credentials, time spent in the trenches combined with dedication to mastering new things, the places she’s gone and the things that she’s done, you might think “Wow! This woman is pretty impressive”. But that is nothing compared to actually meeting her in person, feeling her presence and being influenced by the pervasive message of ‘how to be your best self every day’ that is threaded through every interaction, every talk, every keynote presentation.
Faith has a gift for connecting with each person in her audience, leaving them thinking that she is talking to them and them alone. She makes each person feel as though they are the most important one; and she has them believing that they, personally, can move the mountains necessary to step forward, step up and make a significant difference in their own lives and the lives of others.