Vicki Hitzges

 Vicki Hitzges

Vicki Hitzges

Thursday, April 8, 2010
1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Recommended for: Hygienists, Assistants, Office Managers, Laboratory Technicians
ODEA Course
3.5 CE Credits
 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
The School of Cool: How to Do Everything Important Better
 
Successful people master a lot of icky stuff such as change, working with difficult people, stress and time management. They stay in control when life piles on and get a lot done. One man put it well when he said, “I feel disgruntled. Just once, I’d like to wake up feeling gruntled!” 
           
Come laugh and learn how to master change – specifically those changes you dread. Learn how to deal with challenging people(Yes, them)! Discover tried ‘n’ true (as well as some fun new) ways to zap stress and pick up a few tips about how to avoid interruptions and procrastination. 
 
Come prepared to laugh as you learn. Find out what one asset you need to be successful – it’s more important than a high IQ, a good education, physical attractiveness or a great mentor. And…relax(Or come learn how to)! When you think “work”, if even your toes make a fist, you need this talk!
 
At the conclusion of the course, attendees will be able to:
  • List three main causes of stress
  • List five “main” cures for stress
  • List at list three funky, instant cures for stress
  • Will learn how to listen – and practice it
  • Will learn how to make a quick, positive first impression
  • Will learn how to make strangers think they are more intelligent than they may actually be!
  • Will know a three-step formula to deal with change
  • Will know the four steps to reach out to other people (which, in turn, will inspire others to reach out to them)
 
Ms. Vicki Hitzges hosted TV news and talk shows at Dallas, TX affiliates for Fox, CBS and ABC for 15 years.  She learned to think quickly talking to newsmakers like U.S. Presidents' Carter, Reagan, Clinton and both Bushes (41 and 43).  As an interviewer, Vicki's favorite celebrity was Bette Midler.  The most conservative--Arnold Schwarzenegger.  The most difficult (surprisingly)--Bill Cosby.  From TV, Vicki entered the business world as a corporate publicist.  One of her clients was America's foremost motivational teacher, Zig Ziglar. Zig recognized Vicki's ability to communicate and quickly selected her to be one of the few speakers he would personally mentor. Audiences enjoy Vicki’s insight and energetic delivery.  You will, too.