Weds May 12: Clear is Kind. Unclear is Unkind

Clear is Kind. Unclear is Unkind

How clear communication boosts productivity and well-being in every single area of your life

Not getting the results you want at work, at home, with friends? Maybe the real problem is lack of clarity. Even when we think we’re being clear, we may not be communicating effectively about what we really want or need. At our next meeting on Wednesday May 12 at 5:30PM when Sara Caputo, a Santa Barbara workplace effectiveness coach and consultant, believes Clear is Kind. And Unclear is Unkind—and ineffective. Sara will share tools that help you clarify and communicate your “top triangle.” Learn how to have the right conversations at the right time with family members, friends, and co-workers. By the end of her presentation, you’ll have new ideas about how to set better expectations and enlist more cooperation so you can become more efficient, accomplish what’s important and create the life you really want.

 

About Sara Caputo

With a master’s degree in organizational psychology from Antioch University, Sara Caputo developed the nationally recognized Productivity Puzzle model that helps individuals, teams, and businesses transform their workflow in order to increase productivity. Her approach starts with helping people to find strategies and solutions that work for their own brains, needs, and life-creating their individual Productivity Puzzle that works for them, not against them. Caputo’s work has been featured in Working Woman and Success magazines as well as on Forbes.com. Her column, Simply 805, appears regularly in the Santa Barbara Independent.

Opening Act: Paula Lopez on How to Produce a Successful News Conference that Gets Coverage

Longtime TV news anchor turned Realtor, Paula Lopez, is devoting her savvy media skills toward a campaign to bring home Juana Flores. The longtime Goleta resident and grandma of 18 was forced to leave the US two years ago, to go back to Mexico. Read more about the case here.  Join us as Paula shares the elements that went into producing an Easter weekend vigil for Juana Flores, which attracted media coverage and the support of the community as well as multiple elected leaders who spoke at the event and who have joined the campaign to help bring Juana home to Goleta.

Wednesday, May 12, 5:30 PM PT

Zoom

AWC-SB Members Free, Non-Members $10

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