Professional Development Webinar Wednesday with CREW
CREW Cares Professional Development Series
Why are some people so challenging and what can you do about it? There are some people we enjoy being around, and others we cannot stand being around – why is that?
Why do some people get so caught up in the data and hold up decisions while others forge forward too quickly? Some people are loud, forceful and challenging; others are so quiet and supportive – why is that?
Communication is a two-way street. Join Keri Stewart of CREW New Mexico to learn how you might be a contributor to your communication challenges. The more we understand about ourselves, the more we can learn what we can do to improve bumpy communication, increase collaboration, and build trust with others.
Take the Five Voices Assessment and bring the results with you to the webinar.
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This session is a part of the CREW Cares Professional Development Series focused on career education, management and growth. This series is a resource and service exclusively for CREW Network members.
Registration closes at midnight (CDT) on Monday, Aug. 23.
An email to access the webinar will be sent to all registrants prior to the presentation. All registrants will receive a link to the recording following the webinar.
- $25 USD – CREW student members (undergraduate and graduate)
- $50 USD – individual member viewing
- $150 USD – Chapter group viewing for up to 20 members
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Keri Stewart, President, Results 4 Business
Keri Stewart, the founder of Results 4 Business, loves creating and enjoying gorgeous, peaceful gardens in her backyard. This love for growing translates well into her profession of cultivating personal and professional growth with leaders and their teams.
- Active member of CREW New Mexico since 2012
- 16 years planning, coaching, and training thousands of employees at all different levels
- International, award winning facilitator
- Certified Professional Business Coach since 2005
- 2018 Woman of Influence honoree