Join us December 5th for an evening of learning and socializing with fellow academic librarians. You will have an opportunity to order and pay for your dinner starting at 6 pm. At 7 pm we will have a presentation on Body Language by Holly Klingler, Research and Innovation Coordinator, NEO-RLS. The presentation is free. Food and drink are on your own.
Location: Visible Voice Books, 2258 Professor Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113
When: December 5, 2017, 6pm-8pm
Register at: http://mms.neo-rls.org/Calendar/moreinfo.php?eventid=45744
Lead and Learn: A Free Social Hour & Workshop on Body Language
Can a simple change in your posture make you more confident? Can just smiling change your mood? Can understanding body language truly help empower you? The answer is YES.
A large majority of our human communication comes from nonverbals like facial expressions, gestures, and posture. Such communication is universal and we all perform it every day and throughout every interaction. Learn how to decipher what the body is saying and utilize nonverbal tells for approachability, managing conflict and demonstrating authority. Discover not only how to project confidence to others, but how to change how you feel, all through body language.
Presenter: Holly Klingler is the Research and Innovation Coordinator for The Northeast Ohio Regional Library System (NEO-RLS). In addition to helping libraries learn to use and love technology, she is also certified in nonverbal analysis and has been presenting on body language for over seven years. She trains people in a variety of career fields on how to utilize body language effectively and successfully in their profession. She recently presented at the Akron Women’s Bar Association and at the Hudson Job Corp., illustrating valuable techniques to read and communicate nonverbally and ways to put your best foot forward while being evaluated. From customer service to conflict management to confidence exercises, she teaches nonverbal skills you can use in both your professional and personal life to communicate effectively with others and even within yourself.