700 Logan College Rd. Carterville
The Power of Voice (Part 1: Modules 1&2)
Presented by Mollie Horner-King, BCBA/ICPN Associate Director
Take a day to focus on the number one tool you and your team use to achieve your most important goal: increasing the quality of life for the people you support. The primary tool that we, in our field, use is ourselves: our words, our actions, and our very way of being. Given that, consider the importance of voice quality to what you do every day. Your voice carries your emotions and the intention you have for every communication. It would be difficult to overstate the impact of voice in your role as a supportive manager, coach, teacher, or fellow team member.
In Power of Voice, you’ll learn the value of developing your Professional Voice, a way of speaking that helps you meet more of your communication goals, inspire trust, and defuse conflict.
This workshop draws from a six module Power of Voice training curriculum developed by voice and communication professionals, Anne Ward and Bob Sandidge, for ICPN (Illinois Crisis Prevention Network). The Power of Voice features videos, workshop exercises, and discussions specifically created for what we do in our field, the way we work, and the voice challenges we face.
Part 1: Modules 1 & 2
September 12, 2017
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
You are welcome to attend one or both sessions!
Register for Part 2: Modules 3&4 here
Located at John A Logan College: 700 Logan College Rd/Carterville, IL 62918
Workshop is FREE OF CHARGE
3.0 CE’s available for each session you attend to:
QIDP, LCPC, LCSW, LNHA, LPC, LSW, RN, LPN, APN & Licensed Clinical Psychologist