Mastery in Minutes: Body Language, Listening, Story Telling
Advance Registration Deadline: January 9, 2018
The impact of less-than-effective communication skills can be felt in all aspects of your personal and professional life. While communication is simply the act of transferring information from one place to another, the ability to do this accurately, clearly, and as intended, should not be take for granted. Communication skills are needed to speak confidently to a diverse audience, listen effectively, present your ideas appropriately, and work well in a group.
Join us as we experience three communication experts who will guide our learning in Body Language, Listening, and Story Telling. Each expert will have 30 minutes to share their communication expertise. You will leave with easy to implement takeaways that will help you feel more confident in your communication skills.
SHRM BoCK™ Competencies:
- Relationship Management
- 7:00 – 7:30 AM Registration, Continental Breakfast and Networking
- 7:30 – 7:45 AM Welcome and Announcements
- 7:45 – 9:30 AM Program
Continuing Education Credit
This program is approved for 1.5 hours of SHRM PDC/HRCI CEU credit.
Best address for GPS: 1320 Monroe Drive, Atlanta, GA 30306
Piedmont Park is surrounded by Piedmont Avenue, Monroe Drive and 10th Street. Visitors can enter from multiple entry points such as the 12th or 14th Street gates off Piedmont Avenue, or the Charles Allen Gate off of 10th Street. A popular way to get to the park is the Atlanta Beltline which comes into the North end of the park near the Piedmont Commons, and into the South end at the intersection of 10th Street and Monroe Drive.
Two Marta stations are nearby: Midtown and Arts Center.
Upon exiting the Midtown Station, take 10th Street towards Peachtree Street and continue on 10th until you reach Piedmont Avenue. Turn left on Piedmont Avenue and walk two blocks to the 12th and 14th Street gates of Piedmont Park. (or you can continue walking on 10th Street and the park will soon be on your left side).
Exit the Arts Center Station heading south on West Peachtree street for one block. Head east (go left) on 14th Street for three blocks until you reach the 14th Street entrance to the Park.
For additional information visit www.itsmarta.com or call MARTA at 404.848.5000.
The parking garage is in the center of the park, and is great for visitors, especially those on their first visit. The Park shares a parking deck with the Atlanta Botanical Garden and the rate for this event will be $2.00 per hour. Piedmont Park access is on the lowest floor. The parking garage is directly next to the administrative offices. When exiting the parking garage, the offices will be on the right. Go to the furthest door to reach the front desk. Magnolia Hall will be directly across.
Executive Coach and Facilitator, ConnextionPoint Services LLC
Amy Balog is the Founder of ConnexionPoint Services LLC a leadership and executive coaching firm with a unique focus to help leaders and teams "lead from center" in the face of constant disruption. Over the last decade, Amy has worked with numerous Fortune 500 and rapid growth clients committed to leading edge of leadership and talent growth.
Amy's coaching experience employs advanced feedback practices that helps leaders assess what they are in the center of in order to elevate talent, thinking, and dialogue. Amy has also helped her clients build train the trainer programs to build a feedback mindset in their organizations.
Amy is also a regular contributor for Leadercast.
Amy lives in Atlanta with her husband Chad where they recently downsized from the suburbs to an 18th floor of a Buckhead high rise with amazing sunset views she refers to as her cottage in the sky.
President, Speechworks/Asher Communications
Joey is a nationally recognized communication and selling skills coach, author, and speaker. He has worked with executives and other professionals at hundreds of firms to successfully help them improve their communication skills. His simple approach and entertaining delivery enable him to connect with audiences and create lasting, impactful impressions.
Joey currently serves as an adjunct professor at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business. He previously worked as an adjunct professor at Emory University School of Law, as well as an attorney at Troutman Sanders LLP in Atlanta. Prior to law school, Joey worked as a reporter for the Gannett newspaper chain in Georgia and New York.
JD’s expertise lies in helping sales teams improve how they communicate solutions to customer problems. This ability to help clients sell themselves and their ideas allows him to coach business professionals through any number of speaking situations they find themselves facing. JD’s background in engineering, sales, planning, leadership development, training, and management brings a depth of problem-solving skills to his clients. He is also a business owner, author, member of Toastmasters, and a co-founder of the City of Brookhaven, Georgia.
His varied business experiences have fostered JD’s passion for helping people and organizations achieve their goals. At Speechworks, he puts this to use by showing clients how to connect with listeners and exude passion for their ideas.
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2849 Paces Ferry Road, SE
Overlook 1, Suite 205
Atlanta, GA 30339
Cancellation Deadline: January 16, 2018
Can’t make it? Can someone else from your office attend in your place? Substitutions are allowed; however, the non-member rate may apply. To transfer your registration please submit your request via email to info@SHRMAtlanta.org.
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