If you want to be seen and heard (and be sure to have an impact), don’t miss this workshop!
Throughout this workshop, we will go from being the observer to the observed. It is easier to see things in others as we don’t carry the same preconceived notions of them than we have of ourselves. It is also fascinating to see how others observe us. At this stage don’t be surprised how small tweaks make a huge difference in how people respond to you and your message.
What they are saying ...
" Votre langage verbal et non verbal sont-ils alignés ? Dites-vous une chose avec vos mots et son contraire avec votre corps ? "
Diane Bérard, Les Affaires (post)
"…Both remarkable and life changing the workshop was both a lesson in humility and humanity. It showed me how important it is to be myself and how obvious it is to others when I take on a role as opposed to being authentic. Amazing! "
Kaitlyn Robertson John Molson Executive MBA graduate 2015, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University
" I worked with Red Rabbit last year and they truly improved my presentations skills. Awesome team and they deliver a great experience!”
Alain Jr. Lefebvre, PMP Executive MBA 2016, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University
“….The Red Rabbit Project unique approach in communication skills helps complement this module and fits squarely in the new EMBA program’s goal to form “complete executives”, that is leaders with sound business acumen but with a well rounded education that enables them to be agents of change in their own organizations and communities…”
Jordan L. LeBel, Ph.D.,Director, Executive MBA Program, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University
individual / Student / non profit organization / Entrepreneur : 340 €
Company : 395 €
Number of partipants is limited to 16
What impresion are you leaving ?
Following their success in both the European and Montreal business communities, The Red Rabbit Project is looking forward to it bilingual public workshop "First Impressions"
Tuesday January 26, 2016 in Paris
from 1:00 – 4:30 P.M.