Topic: Get them Shaking and Moving: The Power of Interactive Learning!
Do eyes drift close during your program? Do you hear crickets as you attempt to engage participants? Get ready to involve your audiences by dazzling them with high-energy interactive exercises! When people participate and move about, they are more engaged, have fun, content sticks, and they remember you! Elaine has been facilitating her unforgettable signature exercises for more than 22 years. Her long-term success is attributed to her interactive style. Learn how to give an impactful performance by keeping your participants engaged and moving. Whether a keynote or training session, you can create a meaningful dialogue and learning environment through experiential interaction. They’ll want you back for more!
By the end of this highly popular program, attendees:
- Understand the science of the brain and how interactive learning makes content stick
- Know how to create an open, meaningful, and memorable dialogue
- Learn innovative techniques that participants can utilize in their programs
About the Speaker:
Elaine Pasqua, CSP is one of the most dynamic and sought-after speakers addressing positive choices for outstanding performance. Since 1997 she has presented to more than half a million students at over 700 universities nationwide, countless high schools, parent groups, businesses, and professional associations. She’s honored to have worked with the military, and 31 pro athletic teams across the NFL, NBA, and MLB. Elaine loves standing among the gentle giants of pro sports and enhancing the lives of young adults and athletes! As a business owner for 22 years, Elaine has a keen passion for women’s issues and empowerment. She is the author of #Mom I Got This: Building Your Legacy in College and Beyond and co-produced and directed the PSA video “Be Aware of the Risks of Date Rape Drugs.” She has been featured in USA Today, Time Warner TV, NY 1 News, South Dakota Public Radio, NBC Sports Radio, and as a contributing columnist for numerous publications nationwide.
Thursday, May 13, 2021, 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Location: Virtual Event. Registration required. Registrants will be provided with Zoom access info two days prior to the event start time.