executive presence coach, trainer and speaker

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PROGRAM MODULES Introducing Executive Presence to the Young

Contact Jean about the Introducing Executive Presence to the Young
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Jean O’Brien believes the sooner young people develop Executive Presence verbal and non-verbal skills the more confident they will feel and interact in a classroom setting or social events.

Jean receives strong, positive feedback from parents who have seen significant changes in their children’s behavior after this program. It appears beneficial to have skills reinforced by someone other than a parent, within a positive setting amongst peers.

This program is designed and intended for youth ages 8 to 18. It is presented according to age and the number of participants is limited in order to ensure ongoing individual interaction. The intention of this interactive program is to enable our young ones to gain an early start in developing confidence and strong interpersonal skills. Classes with older children include appropriate behavior for use of technology and for extended environments.

There is an initial session with parents to ensure that the skills presented are effectively reinforced outside the classroom.

Who can benefit from this Program?

  • Parents, who may or may not have received training at a young age, realize the importance for their children of confidence and interactive people skills.
  • Parents who understand that skills reinforced by someone other than a parent, within a positive setting amongst peers, is beneficial.
  • All young people benefit by learning to develop confidence and interpersonal skills, through looking at appropriate vs. inappropriate behaviors.

What results does this Program produce?

  • Parents gain a more confident child.
  • Confident young people are more interactive when they know what is correct.
  • The ability to recognize and know what to do about inappropriate behavior.
  • You will have taken an opportunity and completed a step towards achieving your goal.

Program Modules

Knowledge

  • Interactive training covers the words, body language, voice and vocabulary so important for making correct introductions, communicating with all ages, shaking hands correctly, making eye contact, smiling and maintaining good posture.
  • Training also includes a discussion of inappropriate behavior.

Confidence

  • Classes encourage interaction with peers in an environment where behaviors are fully demonstrated and practiced to ensure certainty.

Power

  • Hands-on training and practice in correct table-setting, using utensils for both American and Continental eating etiquette, use of chopsticks, napkin etiquette, making pleasant conversation and knowing when to listen, responsibilities as a host and as a guest, and writing a thank-you note.
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