Free Teleclass | Finding the Connection: Meaningful Interaction at Home & Work

Celeste HeadleeFinding the Connection: Meaningful Interaction at Home & Work
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
12:00-12:30 pm

Eventbrite - Finding the Connection: Meaningful Interaction at Home & Work (Free Teleclass with Celeste Headlee)

Americans feel less connected and more divided than ever before. Electronic devices are partly to blame, but the erosion of our conversational skills lies with each of us. The only way forward is to start talking to each other, says Celeste Headlee, TV and radio show host and author of We Need to Talk: How to Have Better Conversations (out in September). In 30 minutes, Headlee will discuss her simple strategies for having satisfying conversations online and in person, at home and at work.


Join us on Tuesday, June 27th at 12:00 pm Central for this call-in event.

Dial-in information will be emailed to you after you register.

The day of the call, follow along and share your own highlights on Twitter using @TexasWomen and #txconfwomen.


CELESTE HEADLEE is an award-winning journalist and author of the upcoming book, We Need to Talk – How to Have Better Conversations (September 2017).  She has appeared on NPR, PBS World, PRI, CNN, BBC and other international networks.  She hosts a daily talk show called “On Second Thought” for Georgia Public Broadcasting in Atlanta. She was formerly a host at National Public Radio, anchoring shows including Tell Me MoreTalk of the NationAll Things Considered and Weekend Edition. Until September of 2012, Celeste was the co-host of the national morning news show, The Takeaway, from PRI and WNYC.  She anchored presidential coverage in 2012 for PBS World Channel.  She is also the author of Heard Mentality: An A to Z Guide to Taking Your Radio Show or Podcast from Idea to Hit. For many years, she has been a mentor and managing editor for NPR’s Next Generation Radio Project, training young reporters and editors in broadcasting.



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