Sonoma University, California
December 16, 2014
Communicate To Engage workshop is tailored to the specific needs of teachers ensuring verbal and non-verbal communication is delivering your message.
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I’ve just finished a fantastic time at this great school near the Hunter Valley vineyards. Luckily the groups were small so we were able to really focus on all the nuances of teacher communication. Thanks to all for such a positive response.
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