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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

  • Tuesday, December 18, 2012
  • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Portland Country Club, Falmouth, ME

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  • Available to presenters and other complimentary members.
  • Available to members who have paid for membership and breakfast in advance.
  • Available to members with active annual memberships

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words - How to Get Your Point Across Without Words   

Looking for ways to deliver your message without all those words and bullet points? In this activity-packed workshop, we’ll explore together a variety of techniques that will help us make our points in creative and engaging ways. Whether we train in person or online, coach one-on-one, or present in meetings, we’ll take away ideas to make our messages more memorable! Our ASTD members and guests have plenty of experience and insight to share, so we’ll be tapping into everyone’s creativity! This will be a fun, end-of-the-year session and just in time to make New Year resolutions even more impactful in the coming year!

 

About Our Presenters:

 Peggy Page has broad experience in the learning profession and currently manages the instructional design team at TD Bank. Her chief passion is developing the knowledge and expertise of other learning professionals. Peggy is a Past President of the Maine Chapter of ASTD and a member of the National Advisors of Chapters council. (Design Group Manager, Learning Solutions, TD Bank)


 Melissa Suey is an experienced leadership coach, trainer, and facilitator, and currently manages Training and Development for Delhaize America. Melissa’s passion is helping people clarify their vision and reach their personal and professional leadership potential. Melissa is a member of the International Coach Federation, and Past VP of Operations of the Maine Chapter of ASTD. (Training and Development Manager, Delhaize America/Hannaford)


 Shirlie Broomfield has been with Dale Carnegie for 15 years. Her goal as trainer is to help people be more intentional as they further develop their abilities with communication, leadership, confidence and interpersonal skills. She is currently on the Board of the Maine Chapter of ASTD and is VP of Programs. (Trainer and Client Services Director, Dale Carnegie Maine)

             

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