Signature program introducing the power of physical awareness and nonverbal communication in the workplace. This is an experiential workshop where participants learn about their own nonverbal/body language blind spots, and get to witness their colleagues transform as we test different postures. Participants are taken through a methodical breakdown of the dos and don’ts of common postures, uncovering blind spots that may be sending unintentional messages.
Attendees Will Learn
-Immediately applicable tools to develop increased self-awareness on the job
-Physical awareness and intentional body language become key tools in managing self-perception and professional image
About This Speaker
Rachel has unparalleled expertise in nonverbal communication. She was on the Canadian Rhythmic Gymnastics team, competing and representing Canada internationally. From this career, she joined the Boston Ballet, performing lead roles in front of audiences at the Boston Opera House, and stages across the globe over the course of a decade.
On the tails of her career with Boston Ballet, Rachel immersed herself in major gift fundraising at Harvard University and New England Conservatory. Building on her ability to transpose high level skills onto diverse industries, Rachel focuses on the physical parameters of communication and leadership in professional settings. Blending her skills as a high level athlete, professional ballet dancer and major gift fundraiser, She has designed revolutionary programming that teaches people how to immediately alter the way they show up and perform under pressure.
Education and Experience
- Canadian Rhythmic Gymnastics team
- Boston Ballet
- Major gift fundraising at Harvard University and New England Conservatory.