I’ve often felt frustrated because someone doesn’t seem like they listen or understand me. Yesterday I asked my daughter to clean up and wanted to yell at her 15 minutes later when she hadn’t moved much. I didn’t yell, but I felt powerless to affect the change I wanted to see. Do you ever feel powerless to affect the change you’d like to see?

(Thoughts about listening and the Connective Communication Leadership Program)

Are you ready to learn some tools to become an effective leader and communicator in your life?

About five years ago, I started taking leadership and emotional intelligence workshops to effect positive change in my life. Once exposed to some of these mind-opening concepts I felt compelled to teach others what I found, breaking down concepts in the most accessible way I know how. Last year I created a 4-day workshop with Tisse Mallon and was astounded by the feedback (see the testimonials). The impact we have on people’s lives by teaching them how to communicate more effectively (with others and themselves) has been delightful.

Sound interesting?

We have a few spots left for our workshop in March, and I’d love to have you join me. Head to the Connective Communication Leadership Program page for more information and testimonials. If you have any questions feel free to send me an email if you have any questions. Gregg at this domain.

Oh, and if this sounds interesting to you and money is an issue, we won’t let that stand in the way. We have full and partial grants available.

Hopefully, see you in class.