Speak Up, Move Up: Public Speaking for Today’s Professional
It’s an interactive course designed for business professionals. Verbal communication and public speaking are essential components in today’s fast paced world. Speak Up, Move Up will teach the participants the mechanics of good public speaking, how to overcome stage fright and how to better prepare a speech or presentation. Participants will be able to:
* Evaluate and put into practice mechanics of good public speaking.
* Apply content structuring techniques for an effective speech or presentation.
* Develop strategies for engaging an audience.
* Practice strategies for combating stage fright.
* Develop ways of dealing with unforeseen obstacles in public speaking.
* Practice self-evaluation techniques for speech improvement.
A Roadmap to Achieving Goals: How to Get There From Here
Do you have a big goal or dream that you’ve been putting off for a long time? Do you feel bored with in your practice, but you never do anything to improve the situation. Or do you feel frustrated and out of balance, like you are neglecting important parts of your life? Come to this interactive workshop led by Evelina Solis to learn how to develop a positive attitude and behavioral goals that will allow you to overcome limitations and roadblocks that have previously held you back in life.
Putting Your Mask on First: Taking Care of Yourself
If you have ever flown on a plane and listened to the safety instructions, you have probably heard the attendants’ stress that it is important to put your oxygen mask on first before helping the person to the right or left of you. Your leadership journey happens in much the same way. You need to take care of yourself before you can lead others. This workshop will help you learn ways to sustain yourself as a leader and encouraging others to do the same.” “Latinos is America: Celebrating History, Heritage and American Dream”-We will recognize the contributions of Latinos in the United States and talk about the influence the Hispanic heritage and culture have had since the beginning of times. Then, we will take a closer look at a story of a Mexican immigrant and his journey into the United States. Then, we will discuss the result of his attempt to achieve the American Dream two generations later through his grandchildren. During this interactive workshop, participants will walk away knowing the importance and influence of the Latino population in this country.
Getting “Leuss” with Dr. Seuss: Inspiring Creative Leadership
There are many leadership lessons we learn as children that we need to be reminded of as adults. This interactive workshop will look at some inspiring leadership lessons from Dr. Seuss. We will look at dealing with the challenges we face and offer leadership techniques for dealing with these challenges. We will cover the big “C’s” of leadership such as: change, conflict, collaboration, communication, commitment, and creativity.
· Facilitate your leadership journey in an creative way
· Inspire you to look beyond traditional sources to enhance your leadership development
· Examine key leadership concepts inspired by Dr. Seuss
Learning objectives and outcomes
· Identify the barriers to creativity in leadership organizations and ways to enhance creativity
· Understand the nature of challenges vs. problems
· Discover specific techniques for dealing with change
· Understand and gain techniques in managing conflict within student organizations
· Understand the importance of communication in facilitating change
· Discuss collaboration strategies to help student organizations and the community deal with challenges
Servant Leadership: Bringing Out the Best in Others
Title: A person’s a person, no matter how small. ~ Horton Hears a Who!
As William Arthur Ward says,”We must be silent before we can listen. We must listen before we can learn. We must learn before we can prepare. We must prepare before we can serve. We must serve before we can lead.” Come and learn how to serve before you lead. I will teach you ways how to bring out the best out in others to get exceptional results in your organization. Also, learn ways to be a stronger, happier, more compassionate leader.
Celebrate You: Live Well, Look Fantastic and Feel Fabulous
This workshop will empower participants to live well, look fantastic and feel fabulous by creating an engaging program hosted by inspirational speaker, Evelina Solis. The interactive dialogue will cover the importance of empowering oneself to succeed via positive thinking, fitness and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The goal is to leave participants with powerful tools to better their lives and empower their entire family unit.
Breaking Point: The Diary of an Ordinary Young Lady in an Extraordinary Situation
We ALL go through difficult situations. Hear the story of a woman who is battling an incurable, life-threatening illnesses and how it has made her a new person. Learn 5 inspirational tips to help you overcome daily challenges and teach you to never give up!
All-S.T.A.R.S.: Leaders in Class and Beyond
A “star” is the ultimate mark of success in life. Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a successful student leader? This interactive workshop is a 5-step guide that will make you “shine” as an extraordinary leader at your school. This presentation explores the importance of mentors, credibility, persistence, being authentic, unleashing your full potential and giving back. Participants will identify their own leadership strengths and areas to improve. They will discuss ways to develop and practice their leadership skills in the classroom and the real world. Come acquire the skills it takes to inspire others and become All-S.T.A.R.S.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall? Who is the Prettiest of Them All?
When you look in the mirror, what do you see? How is your perception of yourself influenced by the images and people around you? During this workshop take a deeper look at the root of these issues to learn how to wade through the mess of the media.
One Month to Live
What would you do if you had one month to live? How would your life be different? Who would you spend time with? How would you think differently? Life is best lived in service to others. It doesn’t mean to stop striving for your personal best. It means that in all things we serve other people, including your family, friends and co-workers. Many people accomplish some of the greatest things later in their life.
This workshop will discuss how the extent of your influence depends on the depth of your concern for others. How will you leave your mark? Be a leader who is willing to keep serving, growing and moving forward with a remarkable legacy!