Intro workshop to our partner, Speechless

Speechless is excited to invite you to our Introduction to Speechless Workshop this July. A four hour workshop that will introduce you to the work that one client said “…was honestly the most beneficial speech training workshop I have ever taken and the most fun, by far!”

Space is limited to twenty attendees and by invitation only and we are hoping you will be one!

WHEN: Thursday, July 21, 9am-1pm

WHERE: 55 Hawthorne St., San Francisco

COST: $250

RSVP: To RSVP Please click on THIS LINK

Why attend? If you have learning goals for your team or organization that include fluid communication, agile brainstorming, employee engagement, storytelling or confidence building. If your team gives lots of presentations. If you’ve been thinking about bringing Speechless in or are curious about what we do and how we do it, this is a great opportunity to learn about our process and experience our interactive practice on your feet and with our Specialists. Some of the skills inherent to our practice:

  • Tell Your Story – Presenting, public speaking, and storytelling are vital in the workplace. Speechless allows employees to be themselves and sharpen their skills in a safe and fun environment.
  • Think On Your Feet -Creativity and improvisation are highly valued traits in just about any profession. Speechless gives employees the chance to walk the high wire when the stakes are low.
  • Laugh At Yourself (And Each Other) -Not taking yourself seriously, whether it’s your company or you personally, is scientifically proven to make people more optimistic, happier, and healthier. And that can’t be bad for your bottom line.
  • Root For Your Team -The term “team building” gets thrown around a lot in business. But how often do you actually feel like you’re on a team with a clear goal? Friendly competition can help your team and even your company bond better.

We look forward to hearing from you! If you would like to reserve a space immediately then please go here.

Call Chuck Kuglen with any questions: 415-292-7587


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