- Your Persuasive Power
- Chaos & Change Management / Manage Your Conduct
- Seizing the opportunities brought by change.
- Emotional Intelligence
- Conflict & Negotiation
- Team Building & Teamwork
- Effective Communication Techniques / Dealing with Bullies & Tyrants
Kit R. Welchlin, M.A., purchased his first manufacturing company at age 21, and by 26 was CEO and Chairman of the Board of three manufacturing companies.
Kit draws from his years of management experience, communication expertise, and shares sensible strategies that address the issues we all face at work.
Managerial Communication: Getting Things Done Through Others
Are Your Meetings Necessary or Are Meetings Your Nemesis?
Mentor Leadership: Define It, Develop It, & Be Dedicated to It
Negotiation Skills: Preparation, Participation,& Patience
Persuading & Influencing Others: Getting People to Do What You Say
Recognizing Reasons Why We Procrastinate
High energy and “entertaining,” Kit Welchlin weaves his special blend of practical strategies with his sense of humor that enhances the listeners’ personal and professional lives. Kit’s goal is for each presentation to feel like a personal experience for the audience, sharing proven methods and techniques that are truly relevant. This approach has helped him earn the respect and appreciation of audiences for many years across a wide variety of organizations.
Your presentation, “Dispute Resolution,” was both timely, relevant and well-received. You have that special knack in interacting with your audience to make it both an informative and lively discussion.”
“You gave us practical, actionable steps that will make our management team even more effective. Great job!”
“Your experience and helpful tips on dealing with difficult clients were most helpful.”
“Loved the laughter you provoked and the audience participation really drove your points home!”
“Not only was your presentation educational and informative, you were very high energy and extremely funny in presenting the material. You kept us all entertained and we walked away with skills to deal with communicating across the generations at work.”