Let’s talk

Langley's Neil Godin is presenting Let’s Talk — a dynamic two-part seminar on March 31 and Apri 14 in Burnaby

Langley business speaker, writer and trainer Neil Godin is presenting Let’s Talk — a dynamic two-part seminar on March 17 and 31 in Burnaby.

The seminar discusses the business and career benefits of building communication,  conflict prevention and resolution skills.

These are essential for effective leadership, team building, sales and customer service, and help people solve problems both at work and at home.

Godin works with both sides of the training equation: business development (sales, service and marketing), and people development (training in leadership, communication, supervision, team building, and conflict prevention and resolution).

Tickets for Let’s Talk are available on Eventbrite here.

The event is on from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Spacekraft, 4501 Kingsway in Burnaby.

For more information, go to http://www.neilgodin.com/.

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