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How To Say No And Not Feel Guilty

How To Say No And Not Feel Guilty

03 July 2014

June 11th marked another successful Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV) professional networking session with Adam Slonim. Thirty people, many repeats from session one – Information Overload, attended to continue the journey of effectively managing their time and productivity.

The sessions’ feedback has been exceptional and the participants want more. Why? The content is practical and easily implemented whilst the facilitator, Adam Slonim, is skilled at teasing out key performance issues and providing simple tools to address complex workplace situations.

Adam is Director of Maniya, an organisation dedicated to the habits of excellence that allow each one of us of perform and achieve more. The sessions have been on how we actually turn this knowledge into actions and habits.

Nina Bassat AM said “the calibre of the two sessions has been very professional and of high quality. We are very grateful to Adam in bringing this level of training to our community.”

The purpose of JCCV’s thrice yearly Professional Networking is to support and develop Jewish communal professionals and provide networks across the community. Topics range from fundraising, media releases, social media, leadership, effectiveness and trends in Jewish life.

Adam will be back for his third and more in-depth session on Thursday, 6 November - Improving workplace effectiveness by controlling your Emotions.

Contact Jo Silver, JCCV Project Manager on to register for these events.


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