LET’S MAKE 2018 THE YEAR OF CONNECTION
THE CONNECTION CHALLENGE
A 6-Week Group Coaching & Training Program • Starting Tuesday, February 20 at 7pm (EST)
We are all wired for Connection. So why does it seem harder, in this age of Distraction, to stay focused on what matters most?
We are challenged to manage stress, keep calm, stay curious and live in the present.
Do you want a higher Return On Connection (ROC) with yourself, your business, and those you serve?
The The value of understanding your connection energy, and the neuroscience of connection
How to be more authentic and trustworthy – two important pillars of a connected relationship
What kills connection and how to restore it
How to minimize digital and human distractions
How to be more present in all of your relationships
Putting it all together
Those individuals wanting to go to the next level in connecting with themselves, with others, and to what matters most in their lives.
Includes 6 hours of online coaching and training, a copy of “The Connection Challenge: How Executives Create Power and Possibility in the Age of Distraction,” ($20 value), private Facebook group, worksheets and resources
Alan Samuel Cohen is a results-driven executive leadership coach, corporate trainer, professional speaker and author.
Alan has built a 35+ year career around the idea that no matter the industry or challenge, breakthroughs come from mastering effective communication and connection. Over time, Alan discovered an innate ability to transform already-successful executives and entrepreneurs into breakthrough leaders. This passion has afforded him access to train, speak, and coach inside some of the world’s top organizations.
Alan’s first book was widely acclaimed in the PR industry: "Those Difficult Talks for PR Pros: How Best to Say What Needs to be Said to Clients, Colleagues and Employees." His new book, “The Connection Challenge”™ How Executives Create Power and Possibility in the Age of Distraction” will be published in February, 2018 and is included in the cost of this workshop."