Jan 13, 2017
Your resume and education may look similar to others, but your interview doesn’t have to. Learn about the intricate skills of connecting with people in a powerful way! You will soon have a degree, just like thousands of other new grads. Now the question is, "what makes you different"?
During this fun, high energy and hilarious workshop Stuart Knight will not only teach you the secrets he’s learned by speaking to over one million people, but will also give you the chance to practice your skills during a fun, low pressure, guided powerful conversation session.
Stuart Knight is an award-winning entrepreneur, critically acclaimed author, and producer extraordinaire. He has written, produced and starred in shows that have been seen by over one million people and each year speaks nationally helping some of Canada’s biggest companies reach new levels of success. When he is not on the road performing, Stuart spends time writing songs that are heard around the world, and produces commercials that have been seen nationally. And when he isn’t writing, you may have seen or heard him on some of Canada’s biggest TV and radio stations where he is often asked for his expert opinion on high level communication. He is the winner of many awards including the National Entrepreneurs Award for Community Leadership. Most recently, Stuart Knight launched the Top Ten Event, which has attracted sold out crowds and garnered almost 20 million media impressions. He is the author of two books, You Should Have Asked – The Art of Powerful Conversation and The Madness of My Mind. Today, with hilarious stories and thought provoking insights, he shares the lessons he has learned helping people reach goals they never imagined they could attain.
Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Time: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Location: Council Chambers (Gilmour Hall, Room 111)
4:15 - 4:30 - Registration
4:30 - 6:00 - Keynote and workshop
6:00 - 6:30 - Food and informal networking with Stuart
Registration for this event is FREE.
To Register, visit OSCARPlus > Social Sciences > Events.