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Half Day Workshop (Saskatoon) - Resilient Talk
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When: April 10, 2019
8:00 am
Where: The Hilton Garden Inn
90 - 22nd Street East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
Contact: Charmaine Wintermute
(306) 242-2747

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Half Day Workshop - Resilient Talk

8:00 am - Registration and Light Breakfast
8:30 am - Workshop
10:00 am - Coffee Break
10:15 am - Workshop
12:00 pm - Workshop Closing

Location:  The Hilton Garden Inn (90 - 22nd Street East, Saskatoon)

CPHR Saskatchewan Member: $150
Non-Member: $200

Registration Deadline: April 5, 2019

CPHR Hours:  4 hours

Workshop Description:
Zaheen Nanji was a guest speaker at CPHR Saskatchewan’s 11th Annual Conference in 2017. Back by popular demand, she has partnered with CPHR Saskatchewan to offer you this half-day workshop to discover highly effective techniques to become a more resilient communicator, have position influence on others, improve relationships and reduce conflict.

When you step back and look at your life, including your own work relationships, personal relationships or even your friendships…are there certain people that are difficult to communicate with? When you actually talk to these people, does it feel like an uphill battle where what you might say or mean one thing, and what they hear is something completely different? Unfortunately, this is something that happens all too often for many people in all walks of life. In the end, this communication “disconnect” and lack of real connection and understanding can lead to a gigantic mountain of teething frustration, endless disappointment, and a LOT of personal conflicts.

This same lack of accurate and effective communication connection with others can lead to highly stressful conflicts in all areas of your life including…

• Dealing with difficult co-workers, a seemingly heartless boss, or even people from
everyday life that you have to face at your job

• Dealing with family members or even certain friends who tend to be on the more
argumentative or stubborn side during conversations

• Dealing with personal relationships that are close to you, but seem to lean more
towards a more negative place vs. a more positive one

The daily grind of having to deal with these stressful personal relationships and conflicts can wear you down BOTH mentally and physically. In time, this can take a huge toll on your personal happiness and your own “zest for life”. In fact, many of the ways you may be reacting during these personal conflicts may be actually adding fuel to the fire (and making it worse) without you even knowing it!

What you need is a different way to face these difficult conflicts and a change in the way you actually communicate…

What you need is RESILIENT TALK.

If you want to change the dynamics of your own personal environment with difficult or challenging people in your life, it all starts with how you communicate with them. This type of effective communication skill: Resilient Talk

So what exactly is Resilient Talk anyway?

Resilient Talk is a method for implementing some of the most powerful communication secrets that have been used by some of the greatest and most effective communicators in history. Not only will Resilient Talk help you gain a better understanding of how you currently communicate with others (including your own strengths and weaknesses), but it’ll also help you understand the same about others as well.

With Resilient Talk, and the simple art of subtle observations and daily practice, you’ll be able to become a more flexible and influential communicator who can connect with difficult people, on a more fundamental and deeper level.

* At the workshop, Zaheen will be selling her book entitled The Resilience Reflex – 8 Keys To Transforming Barriers Into Success In Life and Business.  Cash and credit card will be accepted. 

Presenter - Zaheen Nanji 

To meet Zaheen and hear her speak, you see a woman of assurance, courage and confidence. You would presume that achieving success was an easy road for her, but in reality, nothing could be further from the truth. Born in Kenya, Zaheen had a good childhood up until the age of 6, when she was made to skip grade 2 and enter a pilot project for smart kids. At this point in her life, everything changed. After being mercilessly bullied for several years, she developed a severe speech impediment, and couldn’t even say her own name without stuttering.

At the age of 15 her parents sent her off to Canada in order to take advantage of better educational opportunities. To be torn away from her parents with such a debilitating speech impediment was a harrowing experience which caused Zaheen to lose all confidence in herself and, not surprisingly, turn to food for comfort.

She underwent speech therapy as an adult, and completed her education in Nutrition & Food Science, Environmental Health and Neuro Linguistic Programming (Science of Human Behaviour).  But Zaheen was once again faced with adversity when she was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 41. As a breast cancer survivor, Zaheen has had more than her fair share of hardship and is well qualified to talk about resilience.

And talk is what she does! Zaheen is now a sought-after transformational speaker. Her own experiences have inspired her to share her system of success and transformation, a hybrid of science and technique called the RESILIENCE REFLEXwhere she teaches her clients and audiences how to easily embrace change and bounce back so that resilience becomes a first reflex.

Zaheen is not only a 2-time best-selling author but an award-winning author as well.

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