Creating Authentic Connections--Marin
Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 6:45 PM (PST)
Corte Madera, CA
The most successful people in the world are able to make genuine connections with different types of people, both at work and in their personal lives. We can all think of someone we know who can comfortably walk into any situation, put others at ease, connect, have fun and enjoy themselves. Imagine feeling that comfortable just by being yourself. But what exactly does "be yourself" mean? In this workshop, we will teach you concrete skills from research on social and emotional intelligence to enable you to connect and build trust and rapport with anyone. From making new friends and attracting a partner, to deepening current bonds and thriving at work, you will learn ways to be your optimal self and make authentic connections in any situation.
Led by Megan Kaden, Lead Social Fluency Instructor, who holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and dual bachelor’s degrees in clinical psychology and studio art from Smith College. The scope of her training encompasses both Eastern and Western philosophy. Megan has travelled extensively around the world and is also a certified CrossFit coach. By combining her dual passion for physical fitness paired with emotional and psychological wellness, Megan helps her students achieve holistic health.
She serves as the head women’s instructor for Social Fluency’s @Play program and has more than 10 years of experience as a relationship coach. She also is GRI certified and teaches in our @ Work program, helping professionals understand themselves and others better for being able to relate and influence in ones career. She approaches life with humor, open-minded curiosity and a passion for helping others form fun, deep and meaningful connections in all facets of their lives.
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Social Fluency is dedicated to the goal of helping others achieve their true social potential, reduce the pain of social tension, and remove barriers to developing successful relationships in all facets of life —whether they be professional or personal. We teach the art and science of communication.