When

Thursday, March 5, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM CST
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Network for Strong Communities 
8764 Manchester Road
Suite 203
St. Louis, MO 63144
 

 
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Contact

NSC Team 
Network for Strong Communities 
314-961-7600 
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The Power of a Positive No

About the Workshop: 

For many of us, "no" is the hardest word to say. Is it because we have a strong desire to be liked? Is it because we've been socialized to value other people's needs and feelings more than our own? Is it because we don't want to seem rude? Learning to use your "no muscle" not only builds character and strength, it puts you in charge. This program will offer valuable information in the art of saying "no" while protecting and advancing your core interests without compromising relationships. 

Learning Objectives: 

  • Learn how to say "no" clearly, effectively and gracefully
  • Improve your assertive communication skills
  • Learn how to resist aggression, manipulation and guilt tactics
  • Understand the importance of self-care and respecting your limit
  • Learn the power of a positive "No"

The program uses principals from the William L. Ury's best seller, The Power of a Positive No

About the Presenter:  Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs

Nancy is an empowering leadership and professional development consultant. Highly dedicated and results oriented, she has the skill and passion for helping individuals become more confident and successful in business and beyond.

Nancy combines her communications expertise with a pragmatic approach in a variety of important soft skill areas including verbal, written and nonverbal communications, emotional intelligence, etiquette and protocol, time management, business acumen, working with team dynamics and coaching. She helps clients focus on key adjustments that result in meaningful impact and effectiveness.

Drawing on her marketing and communications background, over 27 years’ experience in leadership roles and a lifetime of personal growth, Nancy has keen appreciation of mindset and the power it has to change patterns of behavior. She focuses on building one’s

strengths and minimizing weaknesses through enrichment, feedback, self-discovery and detailed action plans.

Before launching Polished, Nancy served in leadership positions where she helped businesses like Edward Jones, St. Louis Economic Development Partnership and Mercy Health boost their products and services, communications, marketing, brands and stature. She was also a reporter for the Dallas Morning News and freelance writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Nancy is an author and dynamic motivational speaker. She’s a monthly contributor to CBS-affiliate KMOV, Great Day St. Louis and a regular contributor to KMOX and KTRS radio.

Nancy believes passionately in developing people, especially their interpersonal skills. “You can achieve your goals – you just need a clear vision and a strong belief in yourself,” she says.