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      September 4, 2013

      Wednesday   6:45 PM - 9:00 PM

      156 2nd Street
      San Francisco, California 94105

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      Creating Genuine Connections

      The most successful people are able to make genuine connections with others, both at work and in their personal lives. We can all think of someone we know who can comfortably walk into any situation, be it a social gathering, in the work life, at a networking event, anywhere, and put others at ease, 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 discover ways to be your optimal self and make authentic connections in any situation.

      Rachel is the President and Lead Corporate Instructor for Social Fluency. A successful entrepreneur, passionate leader, and organizational development expert, Rachel has 20 years of experience working with professionals at all levels. She is a highly sought after speaker and training facilitator – leading workshops on leadership, personal branding, communication, presentation skills, social and emotional intelligence skills, as well as other topics related to behavioral science, neuroscience and organizational psychology.

      Rachel completed the Leadership Institute of Seattle’s (LIOS) Coaching and Consulting in Organizations Masters program at Bastyr University’s School of Applied Behavioral Science. She is highly qualified as a training facilitator, curriculum developer, organizational and workforce development consultant. She is also a GRI certified consultant. Rachel’s cross-discipline experience includes leadership at knowledge-industry organizations in positions ranging from media relations and business development to training and organizational development.

      She has worked with thousands of professionals and hundreds of organizations, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small business entrepreneurs in many industry sectors – including technology, media, health, biotech, consumer, financial, legal, real estate, agriculture, services, non-profit, the arts and education. She also enjoys teaching workshops to anyone who wants to improve their relationships with people – from students and parents to those seeking a more rewarding social life.

      In her free time, Rachel enjoys live music, all things food-related and spending time in the great outdoors with her partner Angus and two dogs, Finnegan and Fiona.

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