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I am excited to share that we are pleased to offer a free Inclusive Communication workshop. Inclusive communication may not be a phrase you\’ve come across before, but by joining this workshop you, and your business, will gain the necessary information to diversity your communication skills.

  • Strong drive for continuous improvement & discovery
  • Mindfulness approach to accelerating growth
  • Improving customer service relationships.

Let\’s put a plan in action for your business. I will be providing key strategies and principles to build a service accessible for everyone. This workshop will help you deliver services more effectively and support people with communication support needs.

I have invited Brooke Woboditsch from CCS Inc to join me.

Join us for one hour on May 27, 2021 at 1:00pm. Register for free: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/152518558113

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Thank you to Kingston EcDec for providing us a virtual space for us.

Live CART services sponsored by Closed Caption Services
ASL/English Interpreter provided

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