Fall 2016 Conference

  • 21 Oct 2016
  • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Road in Lincroft, NJ 07738
  • 110

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  • No charge for students - ID Needed!

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Body Language on Purpose Website: http://www.bodylanguageonpurpose.com/


The agenda for the day is:

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM: Check in/breakfast

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM: Presentation by Anthony Awerbuch: Body Language And The Messages You Send

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Networking activity

12:00 PM -  1:00 PM: Lunch 

 

Presentation Description:

Good leaders have long recognized the vital role of communication, and talking is only one of many skills that define a good communicator. Great leaders don’t just talk, they engage. They “listen” to their audience’s verbal and nonverbal message so that they can inspire action and share their vision.

Participants will learn to assess what is going on for their colleagues, candidates and others beyond their words (or even their silence). Then we turn to implementation of proven techniques to improve our presence and engage purposefully.

 

Some specifics:

  • How can we tell if someone is accepting, rejecting or considering what we are saying?
  • Recognizing distancing behaviors and negative non-verbal cues.
  • Practical tips to boost your confidence in even the most stressful situations.
  • Engaging your audience (of one or many) using powerful nonverbal cues.


Presenter’s Bio:

Anthony Awerbuch is a certified Body Language Trainer and an expert in facial expression identification. He has been featured on the “That’s Life” radio show and in various local publications. Anthony grew up in South Africa and served in The SA Army College where he had his first encounter with body language in a military police interrogation. He traveled extensively in the Middle East as he worked in many varied vocations including security and construction. After immigrating to the US in 1998, Anthony enjoyed a successful corporate career and gained extensive experience managing people. When he mastered the fundamentals of body language he found that he was seeing qualities in candidates that even more experienced managers were missing. This became his motivation to develop a unique body language training system especially for recruiters so that they too could see far beyond their candidate’s words.

 


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