For our Future Leaders: Jim Bagnola on “Becoming A Professional Human Being” Seminar

Windward Community College
Carolynn M Yamada, (808) 235-7367
Marketing, Career and Community Education
Posted: Aug 9, 2016

Jim Bagnola, PhD, CSP
Jim Bagnola, PhD, CSP
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KANE‘OHE, HI – Back by popular demand, executive coach and International speaker
Jim Bagnola, PhD, CSP, will return to Hawai‘i for a special one-time leadership seminar at Windward Community College on Monday, November 7, 2016, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The seminar will take place at Palikū Theatre.

Becoming a “Professional Human Being” requires personal accountability and effective personal leadership. Our health, success and our capacity to lead require self-responsibility and a harmonious mind-body relation­ship. Learn to use the Mind-Body-Connection to access the power within. This seminar will reveal the secrets of this connection.

Topics include:

·     Avoiding the Comfort Zone

·     Moment Management: Improving your ability to interpret and evaluate

·     Harnessing language that empowers

·     Mind-body link influences your ability to lead

·     Fundamentals of the energetic body-mind

Registration is open to individuals and groups. Tuition is $220 per person.
“Early Bird Group” $176 (per/person for groups of six (6) or more; a one-time submission of registration form(s) and one-payment transaction will be available until August 17).
“Early Bird Individual” $187 (starts Aug 18–Oct 3).
Register by calling 235-7433 or online at Continental breakfast and lunch included in tuition.

“Because we are committed to training the next generation of leaders and managers in Hawai‘i and assisting them in developing strong leadership skills, we are excited to offer this seminar at Windward Community College, and with special ʻearly-birdʻ rates,” said Jane Uyetake, workforce coordinator at Windward Community College’s Office of Continuing Education & Training.

Jim Bagnola’s expertise and passion is in the field of leadership and body-mind management with emphasis on the influence of thinking patterns on health, happiness, success, and the capacity to lead. He has been speaking and educating worldwide on six continents and across the United States for over twenty-five years. Jim’s workshop topics include Leadership, Stress Management, Customer Service, Coaching Skills, and Change—all in relation to his book, “Becoming a Professional Human Being: How to Enjoy Stress Free Work and Personal Happiness, Using the Mind/Body/Work Connection.” He inspires listeners to turn within and awaken to the reality of their own greatness. Jim’s goal is simple—to build Professional Human Beings.

Bagnola is an executive coach to Fortune 500 company leaders and a global mentor for the World Bank, coaching entrepreneurs worldwide. He has a MA in Human Development, Maharishi University of Management, a MA in Applied Psychology, University of Santa Monica, and an honorary doctorate in Management. Jim was awarded the CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) from the Global Speakers Federation and National Speakers Association (only 600 worldwide). He has offices in Austin, Texas, Bucharest, Romania and Tokyo, Japan.

Bagnola is president of The Leadership Group International. He is chairman of the board of Leaders Romania and is a frequent lecturer for AIESEC, an international student organization based in the Netherlands. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Olive Branch Foundation in Ohio. Jim is adjunct professor at the University of Bucharest (Romania), Maharishi University of Management, Pontificia Universidad Javierana (Colombia) and Kent State University.

Selected clients include Shell Oil Company, U.S. Secret Service, Marriott Hotels, Siemens, Motorola, Scotiabank, Hella (Romania), Ecolab, Continental Hilton Hotels, Hawaii Leadership Academy, Pacific Leadership Academy, Young Brothers Hawaii and Hawaii Association of Broadcasters.

For more information, contact Windward Community College – Career & Community Education at 235-7433.

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