HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH CRAPPY PEOPLE
Online Training Video
Online Training Video
This online training video is for enthusiastic student leaders and student affairs pros who feel defeated when they run into someone within their organization who makes situations feel toxic and impossible. By learning how to connect positively with “crappy people,” training participants will feel empowered as leaders to turn drama into team success, while also creating a much more positive environment for everyone else.
“Nothing else comes close to a Swift Kick Training. Everyone is buzzing and we can’t stop talking about it.”
Former Director of Student Activities
Understand How Conflicts Start.
Positively Confront Someone.
Reduce & Manage Personal Stress.
Apologize When In The Wrong.
Manage Stress Between Team Members.
“Valuable Info, not just for campus leadership but also for other aspects of life”
Suffolk County Community College
If you want to learn how to connect positively with “crappy people” in your organization and turn the drama into team success, then this training video is perfect for you.
Tom was named the #1 student leadership speaker 5 years by schools nationwide and has already worked with over 550 colleges in almost every state
Tom Krieglstein is an award winning speaker and writer on increasing student engagement and fostering student retention. He has worked with over 550 schools worldwide through his award winning leadership program, Dance Floor Theory. Tom has gone from successful internet entrepreneur of a $1.5 million dollar company at 21 years old to five time “Campus Speaker of the Year.” As the founder of Swift Kick and The Student Affairs Collective, Tom has dedicated his life to training campus leaders on how to create a culture of engagement where every student feels welcomed, connected and engaged. He’s also co-authored five books on student affairs professional development and is a co-host for the popular Student Affairs Spectacular podcast.
And on a personal note, Tom lives in New York City with his wife and too many cats.
Learn how to connect positively with “crappy people” in your organization and turn the drama into team success.
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