Human Citizen Workplace Invites You to a Complimentary Leadership Development Session

Human Citizen Workplace, your neighborhood co-working and learning space, invites you to a complimentary Leadership Development Session co-sponsored with Curium Solutions.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

· 6:00 – 6:15 p.m. Networking & Nibbles

· 6:15 – 7:15 p.m. Speaker

· 7:15 – 7:30 p.m. Wrap-up

Human Citizen Workplace – 4101 N Broadway Chicago, IL 60613

Please register via email: tonymendiola@humancitizen.co or call (312) 237-9889.

The leadership development session presented by Curium Solutions will focus on: “Creating sustainable connections with colleagues, stakeholders and customers in today’s diverse world.”

Why Attend? Recognizing what information others need from you when communicating is key to achieving success. Learn techniques using TetraMap® that you can use to establish new relationships and strengthen those you already have.

About the speaker: Daniel Entwistle is currently the Managing Director and Co-founder of Curium Solutions US. Dan brings a wealth of experience in leadership development and performance improvement, having worked with some of the biggest brands across the US and Europe. His experience spans multiple industries and he has supported leading organizations: PepsiCo, NASA, Georgetown University DC, AstraZeneca, Prologis and the Defense Intelligence Agency.

About Curium Solutions: With offices in the US and UK Curium has the ability to blend and deliver solutions that capitalize on our international insights for Performance Learning and Change Delivery to drive accelerated change in individuals and teams. @CuriumUS Curium Solutions htps://curiumsolutions.com/us/

The session will include complimentary snacks and beverages and an opportunity to network. We are delighted to host, and we look forward to seeing you there!

Learn more about Human Citizen Workplace at http://www.humancitizenworkplace.com

Human Citizen Workplace is a convenient, local coworking and collaborative workspace for individuals, teams, small businesses, and non-profits with all the productivity-boosting amenities of a downtown office, without the hike downtown. Human Citizen Workplace offers its members professional development and a vibrant community of innovative, driven professionals and students from a wide range of work disciplines.

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