Workshops and Events
The Institute for Musical Traditions (IMT) Presents: Overcoming Adversity Through Song: An Inspirational Musical Journey Traveling From (-) to (+). Production by Kim and Reggie Harris and Rob Guttenberg, with special guest Tom Scullen.
Saturday, October 29, 2016
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
See attached flyer for more details
Brochure with information about Rob Guttenberg's motivational concerts and workshops
Workshops presented by Rob Guttenberg, Diplomate, North American Society of Adlerian Psychology:
Information about where you can find out more about each individual workshop is attached in a pdf document
Communicate to Empower at Work!
Most agree that creating respectful workplace settings is a great idea. But how? In this workshop, participants will explore how Adlerian principles are relevant in business today. Communication tools that can help team members communicate to encourage and empower their colleagues at work will be demonstrated and discussed.
Dina Emser is a Lead Trainer with Positive Discipline, as well as a Professional Certified Coach. She has experienced the value of Positive Discipline in her role as a parent, teacher, school principal (in a school using Positive Discipline school-wide), and business coach and consultant. Dina hired a coach when she served as a school principal and was so impacted by the results that she decided to become trained in the new industry. She chose a coaching program that closely aligned with her training in Positive Discipline and has been sharing these principles for 18 years. She has worked with business professionals in Fortune 100 companies in software development, insurance and financial consulting. She has also worked with women business owners, owners of small or family-owned businesses, and non-profit directors.
As a school principal, Dina learned first-hand how to translate the Positive Discipline tools she had practiced with children into one that was equally rewarding with adults. Empowering People in the Workplace speaks to her passion and is her first official partnership with Jane.
Have you ever been invited to present a talk about your practice, or to a group of parents or teachers, or to NASAP? This webinar will help you with the skills, tactics, and techniques to make every presentation a special one. We know that beyond your resume the two things that will get you noticed and promoted are your presentation skills and your executive presence. The best presenters combine both in promoting their practice, working in a corporation, or maintaining visibility within a university…even defending their thesis!
Kevin O’Connor, a fellow Adlerian, a corporate consultant, professional speaker, and an accomplished writer. As a consultant, Kevin works with individuals and teams for greater performance and satisfaction. As a professional speaker, he works with larger groups to seed new ideas in organizations. And as a writer, he is the co-author of three books on presentation skills; he blogs a bit; “tweets” occasionally, and even wrote this introduction that I’m reading! And he is a graduate of the Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago and is a licensed clinical counselor as well as a marriage and family counselor. He was born in Illinois; married a Texan, his sisters live in California and Italy. Kevin has lots of frequent flyer miles. He has three masters’ degrees and has earned the coveted “Certified Speaking Professional” – CSP – designation. Fewer than 600 people in the world hold this honor for speaking excellence. He is faculty for the American College of Healthcare Executives, The American Association for Physician Leadership and teaches graduate students at Chicago’s Loyola University. On a personal level, Kevin is working hard to learn three new skills—Spanish, Yoga, and bareback horseback riding (although he has no plans to use them all at the same time!)