Communication Skills: Your Daily Workout Seminar

Attendees Comments from Seminar:

  • Loved it! I came away with practical, usable communication skills that I can start working on immediately!
  • I learned quite a few new things today. The seminar had me thinking about my punctuality; How I am standing, speaking and how I can change and improve.
  • Good information on topic, worth attending.
  • Presentation gave me some great ideas to practice and implement as I try to step up my game. Thanks for the invite.
  • Super engaging!
  • Good material. Reminders of things we should be doing but fall into old habits.
  • I’m generally soft spoken to begin with but didn’t know what to work on that would be beneficial. This helped give me some ideas.
  • Great tips. Love the superman pose !!
  • Very clear communication
  • Thank you for the invitation to today’s seminar. It was well done with some great insights.

Thursday October 12, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Presenter: Eliot Shapiro , EMS Communications

* Registration and Breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m.

J.C. Restoration
3200 Squibb Avenue
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008

What’s your routine for staying healthy? Daily exercise? A healthy diet? Both? Like many of us, you do this to improve how you feel AND how you look. But do you have a workout routine for your communication and presentation “muscles”? Since you depend on these every day in your professional life, you have to keep them in shape so they’ll be ready when you need them the most.

In this fun and interactive seminar, you’ll learn about 10 fundamental communication skills that impact how you come across during meetings, interviews, presentations and networking opportunities. You’ll walk away with easy exercises you can incorporate into your daily routine to impact how you come across to others. And the good news is…NO ONE will know you’re working on this, and they’ll never see you sweat!

Eliot M. Shapiro, co-founder of EMS Communications, has spent over 20 years building the communication skills of both teams and individuals as a trained facilitator and presentation coach. He works with executives at all levels, teaching them the connection between enhanced communication and effective leadership. Eliot left a career in sales to earn his MBA in Marketing at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he then taught as an adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Business. His passion for mentorship and public speaking began at an early age when he watched his father deliver sermons as a rabbi, and he continues to engage those passions as a frequent conference speaker, religious school teacher and avid networker.

EMS Communications is a training and coaching firm specializing in executive-level presentation and leadership skills. Since 1998, they’ve been on a mission to “rid this world of boring presentations, one speaker at a time!”

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