Speaking

Interested in having me speak to your group about common networking issues facing moms? My workshops are inviting, energizing and interactive. To have a presentation tailored to your group’s needs and to learn about my speaker fee, please connect with me at christahines13@gmail.com.

Mom’s Night Out: Connect with Confidence

This presentation is perfect for moms who would like to learn about ways to move from isolation to a more interconnected, sustainable social network. Transitions like moving to a new community, staying home with children and the arrival of a new baby can throw a mom’s social network out of whack. Learn why connection is important to the health of a mom and her family, as well as helpful ways to nurture relationships that strengthen you safety net.

Overcommitted? Harnessing the Hyperactive Schedule

Many moms find themselves trapped treading water in an overwhelming cycle of work, volunteer and family commitments, and extracurricular activities. Overcommitment is draining and can lead to serious health problems, including exhaustion, anxiety, depression, obesity and heart disease. Learn how to take back control of your calendar and live a life that is empowering, satisfying and fulfilling.

Raise a Thoughtful Communicator in the Digital Age

Guiding our children to communicate thoughtfully and considerately, whether online or offline, isn’t an easy task. Learn the five online skills and five offline social skills that will help your child grow into a considerate, more confident communicator.

Participant feedback:

“Great interactive workshop with lots of resources to assist moms in all stages of life.”

“So great to have a venue to share ideas and get encouragement from other moms. Thank you for your commitment to getting connected!”

“Love how comfortable you made everyone! It was easy to talk in front of everyone.”

 Facilitator feedback:

“Christa is such a talented speaker. She led a great discussion on topics that are so relevant to moms everywhere. Everyone had a great time and came away with some very useful information!” – Colleen Olinger, librarian, Johnson County Library- Shawnee branch.

 

 

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