An award winning teacher, entertainer and author, Juli makes an amazing connection with her audiences. She is able to entertain with the ability of a headlining comedian while either motivating or instructing with the ease of a topnotch motivational speaker.
Juli has been recognized by her state as Artist of the Year, because of her ability to help improve people’s lives through humor and effective use of communication tools. She has worked in all 48 continental United States and Canada, and has been commissioned by a variety of associations from the National Endowment of the Arts to Fortune 500 companies to develop training programs that stick. She has filmed for Showtime and HBO, along with making several guest appearances on radio and television programs. Her humor is delightful, universal, and enlightening with whatever topic she presents.
A QUOTE: “She is so likable, bright, quick and witty, has an original humor, has great timing, and on top of it all is very funny. She makes you think, and she makes you feel good.”
Juli is able to apply this title to any presentation or workshop concerning Interpersonal Communication. This subject is adaptable to the needs of the organization and, of course, always available to humor. The topics that could be covered are listed below. Her presentation shows how each of us needs to own our communication and responses, as well as the skills necessary to be more effective communicators, thus being better business people . Topics discussed are verbal and nonverbal abilities, listening skills, personal space, perceptions, appropriate humor, and positive thinking.
This presentation contends specifically with gender communication and how to understand and avoid Common Communication Collisions. Juli is able to help us accept and appreciate our differences with good humor and teaches us that when approached in a positive manner, gender teams can accomplish amazing things.
You Are a Winner
Everyone encourages us to have good self esteem, but HOW?!?!? With the growing pressures put upon the work-force today, it is important that your employees feel good about themselves. A happy employee is a productive employee. Being able to like and laugh at ourselves combats fatigue and alleviates burnout.
Staying Alive, Mentally or They Who Laugh, Last
Often people have said there is no room for HUMOR in the workplace, however, having good humor means having a positive attitude toward situations. Everyone has a sense of humor, they just dont use it to their potential. It shows that you can remain cool under pressure and keep problems in perspective. Stress is a perception of an event. You may not be in control of the events happening around you, but you can control your response to those events. This is when a sense of humor is essential in the workplace.
Break the Pattern
Patterns of negative thinking and negative communication can create inefficiency in our personal and professional lives. Learn how to change the negative patterns of communication. Why, its as easy as going on a diet (argh!). These are basic descriptions of presentations and workshops. All presentations are personalized for the audience involved. Topics can be rearranged and combined upon request. Or be creative, if you have some special information that needs a clever presentation, perhaps Juli can help you.
Topics: Interpersonal Communication (professional, personal, family), Nonverbal Communication (personal space, gestures and body language), Listening (skills, power & effectiveness), Perception (influences and recognition), Language (meanings and reactions), Understanding self- (image, esteem, confidence, feelings, sensitivity, and personal power), Persuasion Skills, Transactional Analysis, Life Positions, Values, Decision Making, Conflict Management, Assertiveness, Relational Communication, Gender Communication, Appropriate Humor in Interpersonal Communication, Humor in the Workplace, Positive Thinking, Teamwork. Emotional Intelligence
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