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2014 Coaches and Consultants: Naked Audience Productions

Stacey Soble | November 1, 2013 | 8:50 AM

2014 Coaches and Consultants: Naked Audience ProductionsNaked Audience Productions (NAP Events)
napevents.com
877-319-2403 Ext. 5
bonnie@napevents.com
OWNERS: Alejandra Crisafulli and Bonnie Bonadeo

Naked Audience Productions (Nap Events) provides certification trainings and coaching to support you in Mastering the Art of Authentic Communications on Leadership for business owners, executives and managers and Public Speaking Skills for educators, speakers  and platform artists.  

WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT: We teach people the naked truth about themselves and how they can connect with others through leadership and communication—content that shifts from telling to coaching. This brings out the best in others and transforms them from dependent to self-empowered. This is not more salon education—these programs are transformational driven on being human and the emotional connections we must make with ourselves and others to survive and thrive in our businesses and in our personal lives today.

HOW WE WORK: We offer three-day courses at our beautiful NAP academy in Carlsbad, California. We also offer Business Coaching programs over the phone:

• L.E.A.D. Leadership and Education Development Finding Your Voice as a Leader
• STAGES 3-Day Certifications Course for Educators, Speakers and Platform Artists
• Or, request a Program Guide for a customized training at your salon, spa or company location

CATCH US AT: Our NAP Academy in Carlsbad, California, or on the road at shows introducing our unique transformational content. Visit our website napevents.com for some amazing testimonials to our programs or contact us for our program dates or for a customized program for your team.
 
SMART TALK: We always think leadership is about them doing or not doing something, stop making it about them, it’s about you.  Gain your power back and reconnect with your vision and passion that had you be a business owner in the first place. You can stop being frustrated and see the naked truth of you and how you show up with others. Attend one of our programs and allow yourself to be aware and understand the emotional connection between you and your business. Master the art of authentic communications. Go to napevents.com for our upcoming training dates.

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