THE MESSAGE GIVERS: MASTERING THE HIDDEN AGENDA OF NONVERBAL LANGUAGE
Having the title “leader,” doesn’t make one. Leadership and trust are communicated through our voice tone, the words we use and our body language. When all are consistent, we feel we can trust a person – even if we dislike that person. Freud says “The lips conceal. The body reveals. Truth oozes out of every pore.” So learning to master this critical communication component of nonverbal behavior gives those who do the edge in meetings, negotiations and every day interactions between employees and personnel. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to explore the impact of the Message Givers with your fellow female leaders. Facilitating this SIG is: Ginny Pulos, Founder and President of Ginny Pulos Communications, Inc., a speech, media and training consultancy (www.ginnypulos.com
). Ginny is a specialist in presentation and persuasion skills who has worked with presidents, CEOs and the diplomatic community, and in team building in corporate environments. She pioneers innovative programs designed to help others know and persuasively use who they really are, in and out of the spotlight. Some of the organizations that Ginny serves include Avon, Johnson & Johnson, UNICEF, Time Warner, American Women Insurance Professionals, Hispanic Society of America, National Court Reporter’s Association, Nantucket Lightship Museum, Support Center For Nonprofit Management, The Tiger Woods Foundation, Trickle Up Foundation, United Jewish Appeal’s Connect to Care and The New York Times.
NYSAE SIG registration is limited. Please RSVP to Holly Koenig, SIG Chair (212) 297-2123, email@example.com
by March 5, 2013 and await confirmation. A list of confirmed attendees will be distributed in advance. No walk-ins please.
*Eligibility to attend: Chief executive (Full time CEO, COO, Executive Director, Vice President). There is no cost to participate because it is a benefit of NYSAE membership. Guests can attend the SIG twice and then you are invited to join NYSAE.
About the NYSAE WIN Shared Interest Group:
NYSAE’s Executive Women in Nonprofits Shared Interest Group serves as a gathering place where women leaders from the metro NY association and not-for-profit communities convene and engage in high-level, interactive discussion with like-minded peers. We enjoy meeting with other dynamic women, building relationships, testing new ideas, and receiving feedback. Together we face the challenges of managing our high-level careers. Attendees always have the opportunity to share current challenges and obtain practical guidance and multiple perspectives.
NYSAE Executive Women in Nonprofits Steering Committee:
Lois Blankstein, President, Whitestone Events LLC, Marsha S. Block, CAE, CFRE, CEO, American Group Psychotherapy Association, Kathleen Dolci, Director of Operations, NYSAE, Mary Jane Eimer, CAE, Executive Director, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Holly Koenig, VP, Kellen Company; Executive Director, Association of Fundraising Professionals-NYC Chapter (SIG Chair), Ingrid Montecino, CEO Northeast Region, Arthritis Foundation Inc., Jeanette Redmond, Esq., Executive Director, Federal Bar Council, Claire Rosenzweig, CAE, President & CEO, Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan NY, Marian Thielsen, Director of Marketing, American Pet Products Association, Maria Ungaro, Executive Director, New York Women in Communications