Words are powerful.

You’ve probably felt the sting of a careless comment from a coworker or experienced hurtful criticism from a supervisor. Also, you’ve likely whispered office gossip you wish you could take back or said something in a heated meeting you regretted after.

On the brighter side, a charming remark may have led you to love, or praise from your boss may have been a turning point in your career.

Have you ever wondered why those words stuck with you? What makes a compliment so meaningful, an insult so powerful?

Join us on June 18 from 10:00–11:30 a.m. for a professional development opportunity for you and your team with communication expert Kathleen Edelman. Kathleen will walk us through the different temperaments, how your wiring affects the words you say and hear, which words you need to hear to be the best version of you, and which words you can say to bring out the best in others.

Event Information

When: Tuesday, June 18, 10–11:30 a.m.
Where: The East Auditorium at North Point Community Church (4350 North Point Parkway, Alpharetta, GA 30022)
Cost: FREE

Space is limited. Register below to reserve your seats.
Coffee will be served.


Kathleen Edelman

Expert in Temperament and Communication
Author and Speaker

Kathleen Edelman has one goal in life: to help people learn to speak kindly to each other. She has a background in sales management and business leadership and more than 25 years coaching clients in the art of communication. She is married with two grown children and has a surprising passion for martial arts and pickup trucks.