December 2018 Quarterly Event - Five-Step Program for Workplace Wellness
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When: Friday, December 14, 2018
11:30 AM-12:30 PM Networking | 12:30 - 2:00 PM Lunch & Program
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The Langham
250 Franklin St
Boston, Massachusetts  02110
United States
Presenter: Paul Huschilt
Contact: Caroline Santayana
978.364.5136


Online registration is available until: 12/12/2018
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The Boston Chapter is excited to announce the fourth Quarterly Event of the year. These newly designed Quarterly Events provide Chapter Members and certain Business Partners access to high level speakers and education. We encourage you to invite guests from your firm to join you, for a nominal fee, to hear renowned speakers from around the country.

December 2018 Quarterly Event - Five-Step Program for Workplace Wellness

Program Description: Our fourth Quarterly Event will feature Paul Huschilt’s Outlandishly Fun Five-Step Program for Workplace Wellness.

About Paul Huschilt: Paul Huschilt, CSP is a Canadian Speaking Hall of Fame speaker. His speaking and seminar work has taken him across the United States and Canada, as well as to France, Australia and Japan. Paul presents in English, French and occasionally Japanese. Before becoming a speaker, Paul sang in the Canadian Opera Company, and worked as producer, actor, writer and director for touring theatre companies. Paul has a Master of Arts Management Degree from Carnegie Mellon University. a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (Acting) from University of Windsor, a Career and Work Counsellor Diploma From George Brown College and a Certificate in Adult Education from St Francis Xavier University. He’s also a bit of an adventurer, having guided luxury bicycle tours in Europe, climbed Mt Fuji (and made a video), and walked across Spain on the Camino de Santiago (and wrote a book about it.)

 

 

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