Date: Thursday May 24th, 2018 6:00-9:00 pm
Location: RIM Park - Program room 207 - located at 2001 University Avenue East, Waterloo, Ontario N2K 4K4 (free parking available)
Prices (Learning Session only)*: $35 (members) & $40 (non-members)
Early Bird discount: $5 discount if you register by May 17th, 11:55 pm.
* PMI-CTT Members are allowed to attend the AGM portion of this event for free
6:00 - 6:30 pm – Registration
6:30 - 7:00 pm – PMI-CTT Annual General Meeting (Free for PMI-CTT Members)
7:10 - 7:15 pm – Speaker Introduction
7:15 - 8:15 pm – Speaking Up and Being Heard – How to be Assertive in a Gentle Way
8:15 - 9:00 pm – Networking
PMI-CTT 2018 AGM
Speaking Up and Being Heard – How to be Assertive in a Gentle Way
To be successful we need to work in harmony. In this interactive and entertaining presentation, Judy shares information that will help you in all areas of your life. You will understand the five common human factors that determine how people act, react, and make decisions. There will be tips to help you get control, keep control and gain cooperation in a positive and gentle way which will result in your actions and words being received with appreciation, respect and enthusiasm.
- Learn about the human factors that affect how people act, react and make decisions
- Learn how to be assertive and create an atmosphere of harmony
Keynote Speaker: Judy Suke
For over twenty-five years, in customized seminars, workshops, and keynote speeches, Judy has built a reputation for being informative, entertaining, and memorable. She is known for bringing humor to her presentations and moving the audience to action.
Throughout the years Judy held various positions. In High School she worked on an assembly line; later she was a Customer Service Representative; a Sales Rep.; an Office Manager; a Sales Manager; a Trainer; a Human Resources Manager and a Director of Human Resources. She also and was a Corporate Facilitator for Centennial College in Toronto and taught Business Communications at Sheridan College in Oakville, Mississauga, and Brampton for 11 years.
She has prepared and delivered presentations on a variety of subjects to a wide range of clients. Subjects have included: leadership skills; management skills; customer service excellence; personal performance; goal setting; organizational skills, communication skills and handling stress.
Awards and Recognition
Over the years Judy has earned many awards of distinction and certificates of appreciation, including:
The Halton/Peel Apprenticeship Boards “Employer of the Year” – for her organization; implementation and facilitation of the Electrical Apprentice Program at Dial One Wolfedale Electric Ltd.
“Mississauga Woman of the Year” for volunteer efforts.
“District 60 Toastmaster of the Year” – for leadership within the organization; and the Toastmasters District 60 George Keenan Award for dedication and service over the years.
The Ontario Government “Certificate for Excellence in Human Resources” for her work in human resources.
And she was named “The Pinnacle Business Woman of Distinction for Excellence in Education and Training”, which is a lifetime achievement award for her abilities as a facilitator, educator and developer of training material.