January 18, 2012
2:00 pm Eastern Time
Author, Professor, Keynote Speaker and Radio Host
Holly Elissa Bruno Keynotes & Teambuilding
Can you imagine your early childhood program as a negativity-free workplace, one without complainers, nay-sayers and mopey people? Or, do you think you are stuck with these dour folk? Guess what? You can establish boundaries to prevent negative people from dumping their “cooties” on you. Fortified by the latest neuroscientific research, you can use a step by step approach to create an upbeat space around you and uplift others in the process.
What do you do when you see a whiner heading your way? Research says the majority of early childhood professionals will do one of 2 things: Avoid the whiner, or listen and offer sympathy. Recent neurobiological research tells us negative people have a deleterious effect on our nerve cells, robbing our energy: Mirror neurons imitate the nerve cells of the whiner. Before we know it, we lose our passion for our work. If it zaps adults, imagine what negativity does to children!
New effective strategies can help you establish a “negativity free” zone in your program. A few simple-to-master steps will take you away from the realm of victims, back into the “can do” zone. Are you ready? Join us to learn 3 steps to clear the air and create a peaceful, positive environment.
All sessions are 1.5 hours long, and include a brief announcement from our sponsor.
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Eastern Time.
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