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Ninja Communications was founded by two professional communicators—Dan Agan and Joe Schreiber—who share a common passion for advancing the cause of science and the success of those who dedicate their lives to it.
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Reference Materials

NinjaComs workshop participants carry a lot away from their experience, because NinjaComs puts a lot into ensuring every coaching session we conduct succeeds. Every detail receives careful attention, from how the training is described in agendas, to the way rooms are configured and what audio/visual equipment will be required. But don’t worry. When you become a NinjaComs training client, we work with you every step of the way to make sure all of the i’s are dotted and the t’s crossed. In the meantime, as you craft your event, here are reference materials to help ensure you get every ounce of benefit out of your session. To get people interested in, and excited about, your NinjaComs training event, we encourage you to include an agenda—one that describes what attendees can expect during each session—in the marketing materials you send to prospective participants. Here’s a sample agenda for a Two-Day NinjaComs Workshop that includes sample descriptions for every session (click the button below to open the file in a new browser tab or window. Choose Save from the File menu to save the PDF).

 

Sample Two-Day Agenda

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And here’s a sample One-Day NinjaComs Workshop agenda that includes sample descriptions for every session (click the button below to open the file in a new browser tab or window. Choose Save from the File menu to save the PDF).

 

 

Sample One-Day Agenda

 

Research indicates that non-verbal signals account for as much as 80% of the impact from any communication. There are multiple dimensions to non-verbal communications (things like gestures, inflection, proximity, and timing), but the environment in which the communication occurs is a crucial one. NinjaComs takes special care to ensure the surroundings for our coaching sessions add to the learning experience, not detract from it. Here’s a schematic that depicts the typical room set-up for a One-Day NinjaComs Workshop, or the first day of a Two-Day Workshop (click the button to the right to open the file in a new browser tab or window. Choose save from the File menu to save the PDF).

 

 

Sample Room Setup One-Day Workshop

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