Using "Yes" to foster collaboration and innovation

Yes…? — two of the most powerful words for inspiring, building and fostering collaboration and innovation in any organization. Learn how to use Yes…? in a fun interactive seminar. The only thing more powerful than a big idea is your ability to communicate/sell that idea to others. The ability to sway your leaders, your teams or your prospects, one-on-one or in a group, takes more than facts/information and feature/function. 85% of your professional and personal success is based on your communication and presentation skills. Yes…? is a key technique to achieving that success.

Larry Blumsack is the bestselling author of Face-to-Face is the Ultimate Social Media, and founder of Zoka Training®. He can claim 45 successful years of showing others how they can “do what they do best- BETTER!” He is a leading expert in unique in-person, face-to-face communication, presentation and public speaking skills for CEOs, fast-track future leaders, entrepreneurs, speakers, scientific, technical and medical presenters and business development/sales professionals. Multi-talented, he combines his experiences of 45 years as a serial entrepreneur in parallel with his simultaneous careers as a radio and television commentator, syndicated columnist, stage and TV actor and director, voice-over artist, and visual artist. Larry is a former professor and one of the founding members of the Theater Department at Northeastern University. Face-to-Face communication is in his DNA. For more information and a four minute video introduction to his style, stop by his website at www.larryblumsack.com.

Please join us for what is sure to be an entertaining and compelling presentation. This is a new venue for us. As Microsoft is donating the space, they ask us not to charge for the event and we are not catering it. You are, however, welcome to bring in snacks and drinks (no alcohol) from any of the several providers (Au Bon Pain, Rebecca’s, etc.) directly across the street.

We need for people to register their intention to come so we have some idea how many people are coming and can adjust the room size if necessary. To do so, please contact us at info@yaleboston.org.

Please bring a photo ID for access to the event.

WHEN
September 29, 2015 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
The Microsoft New England Building - Hawthorne Room
255 Main St
Cambridge, MA 02142
United States
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