Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Time: 8:00 – 9:30 AM (doors open at 7:30 AM for networking)
Location: Portland Country Club, 11 Foreside Rd, Falmouth, ME
Register by: Friday noon, May 17, 2019
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Listen Up! What We Listen For Determines What We Hear
AND What We Don’t....
An experiential exploration to determine your primary and secondary listening styles - and suggestions for expanding your listening skills.
There’s plenty out there on our learning styles, our communication styles... but we are all listeners too. How we listen and the filters we use in listening can determine much about what we absorb, the nature of our relationships and the actions we decide to take in our lives and careers. Here’s a chance to dig deeper into the subject of emotional intelligence as we discover our natural inclinations as listeners - what we listen for, what we listen with, and how we can strengthen our listening skills for more effective interactions.
This highly experiential workshop offers a unique opportunity to learn about ourselves as Head, Heart or Hands listeners, and how those skills ultimately benefit our emotional as well as our transactional intelligence.
Responses from previous Listen Up! workshops:
- “Super Beneficial!”
- “A great new tool to use in stressful situations.” “Thanks for such an interesting and USEFUL training.” “Terrific presentation! I was engaged the whole time.” “Bring this one back!”
- Determine your primary and secondary listening styles
- Explore suggestions for expanding your listening skills
Kym Dakin, M. Ed.
Kym Dakin, M.Ed. is Founder and Principle of Voice Into Learning, LLC. She specializes in high impact experiential training for individuals and small groups. Representative Clients include: Leaders at Pierce Atwood, Berry, Talbot & Royer, Synergent Corporate Marketing, Maine Department of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Council of Maine. Kym facilitated a series of ongoing improvisation trainings with the University of New Hampshire focused on behavior change in search committees, and helps train medical residents in effective communication through the Standardized Patient program at Maine Medical Center. She is a founding member of Portland Playback Theatre Co., combining structured improvisation with community storytelling. Teaching credentials: Bowdoin College, USM, University of New Hampshire and the University of New England.
Cancellation Policy: A full refund will be issued if the cancellation request is made on or before 5 calendar days before the scheduled program. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your inquiries.
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