Building Block: The Avoidability Spell

Presenter:   Steph Holloway, Elemental Potential - Founder

Topic:   The Avoidability Spell

Presentation will cover:

  • How you get ‘pinged’ in human interactions
  • Resisting your pre-conditioning
  • Re-programming communication habits in yourself and others
  • How not to invite ‘it’ in
  • Making it stick – The Avoidability Spell

Everyone has communication pain points, but what if you could avoid them in the first place? This session is about how to avoid communication pitfalls that affect your life way longer than they need to.

Presenter Bio: 

Steph runs Elemental Potential, which has been offering results-based business communication coaching since 2012. She has worked with over 1,200 businesses to bring clarity, transparency, strengthening cultures, and usually finding time, money and energy for the business as part of the process.

Thursday, 12th September, 2019
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
SkyCity Casino Meeting Room, 16/24 Beach St, Queenstown 9300
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