Keynote Speaker: Sarita maybin
How to Get More Done with Less Negativity and Stress
In this high energy keynote presentation, you will discover how to get done the things that matter most, respond to negativity and set limits with people who make unreasonable demands. Strategies for conquering habits that add to your stress will also be shared.
Find Out: Is your glass half empty or half full?How to keep the contagious effect of negativity from rubbing off on youHow to expose subtle negativity such as rolled eyes, sighing and silent resistance5 behaviors that cause stress and how to counteract them3 ways to say “NO” nicely
PLUS…Receive Sarita’s “Top 10 Positive Communication Phrases” take-home card
BONUS: BREAKOUT SESSION WITH SARITA
“Total Teamwork: Working Together for Positive Results”
This workshop features a fun, interactive team simulation activity that reveals the roles that team members play and provides insights into handling team challenges. You’ll also complete a short checklist to find out how well your real-life team is doing and learn tools for improved team communication and employee engagement.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER...
Sarita Maybin was the keynote speaker for the PennDel AHMA Fall Management Conference in 2011 and we're pleased to feature her again at the 2019 conference. She is an international speaker, communication expert and author whose audiences have fun learning how to stay positive, constructively confront tough communication situations and work together better.
During her 25 years as a speaker, Sarita has spoken in ALL 50 states as well as Puerto Rico, Mexico, Jamaica, Canada, England, Asia, Iceland…and most recently, on the prestigious TEDx stage. She has also spoken for numerous AHMA conferences and last year was the featured keynote speaker for all 8 states within Southeastern AHMA.
Sarita is a former university Dean of Students with a Master’s degree in Counseling, a Toastmasters Humorous Speech Contest winner and a Past President of the National Speakers Association, San Diego chapter. She has also been interviewed by the media about her book "If You Can't Say Something Nice, What DO You Say?"