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2007 CWM DIVISION MEETING
JUNE 1-2, 2007
We had a GREAT time in Cody, Wyoming!
The Rim Rock Chapter hosted the 2007 Colorado-Wyoming-Montana Division Meeting in Cody, Wyoming, June 1-2, 2007. The host committee planned an exciting conference full of wonderful speakers and activities. See the details below:
WHAT A DIFFERENCE UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENCES MAKES!
For centuries, man has studied his fellow man. Don Lowry created the metaphor, True ColorsTM, to translate complicated personality types and learning theory into practical information. Dr. Duane Williams presented True ColorsTM in an easy and entertaining way that helped participants understand their personality types and that of others. Rhonda Shipp followed with practical applications for adjusting to challenging situations, using both verbal and non-verbal communication skills to operate more effectively in the work place.
TRAINING FOR YOUR JOB AND YOUR LIFE!
Marla’s session highlightd how Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification can benefit both the employee and the employer and why it is important to document computer skills. What to expect and how to prepare for this nationally recognized certification was the focus of this seminar. Testing tips, tricks and techniques were highlighted and participants left with a list of objectives and a clear understanding of how to tackle your certification goals. They were also introduced to SAM (Skills Assessment Manager), the most popular and recommended method of MOS certification preparation. Several participants took advantage of the MOS Testing that immediately followed the seminar.
Friday Evening: Participants had an opportunity for culture or howling – their choice between a tour of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center or the World Famous Cody Night Rodeo.
Our April 24, 2007, conference at the MSU-Billings College of Technology was truly spectacular. The conference featured Rebecca A. Pace, founder of Pace Communications, who shared the gift of her time, talent and energy with participants to help them excel in work, life and play. Her stories illustrated how one might use humor to enhance or improve their lives. She also shared wonderful tips for identifying personality types and invaluable tricks for effectively working with each type.
Frank J. Kuntz, Ed. D., of Humor Adventure, presented a fun-filled workshop that unmasked the power of humor as a tool in caring and communicating with students, colleagues, fellow workers and family. Frank also delivered a musical keynote on the history of Vaudville.
This year's Manage to Laugh Conference was not just about laughing; it also provided participants with the tools and strategies to create and maintain healthy work environments.
The success of our Manage to Laugh event was the direct result of the outstanding support we received from our corporate sponsors. Their support meant we were able to keep registration fees low while providing excellent speakers. We sincerely hope you will help us thank the following corporate sponsors for their support of this event.
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