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    Business Civility – The Three “C’s” – Civility, Communication and Character

    Date: June 14, 2012, 11:45am – 1:00pm
    Diana Damron
    The Summit, 205 Sunnyview Lane, Conference Room #3, Kalispell
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    Diana Damron ( is devoted to bringing civility back to our professional personal communication. By rediscovering what ‘civility’ truly is and how to exercise it, Diana ensures we will see remarkable results at work and at home.  The focus will be on the three “C’s”: Civility, Communication and Character.  For this meeting, she will zero in on civility, she will underscore that the three “C’s” are interdependent and interwoven as a personal tapestry.  Diana will describe the rewards of focusing on civility and the costs (both monetarily and professionally) of ignoring it.

    Diana Damron (  is a personal and professional coach and consultant.  She brings a diverse background and expertise to the profession as a former model, as well as a television anchor and reporter.  She knows the impact of communication skills.  According to Diana, it is not just about the word we speak.  Her insight comes not only from a professional point of view, but also as a mother who lived with her family in a foreign country.  All of her experiences have shaped a perspective that zeros in on the fundamentals of civility, communication and character.  She brings humor and humility to her presentations as well.  After all, this is a woman (hard to miss at nearly six feet tall) who walked off the runway at a national modeling competition at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.

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    Date:    Thursday, June 14, 2012

    Time:    11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.

    Place:   The Summit, 205 Sunnyview Lane, Conference Room #3, Kalispell

    Lunch:   Lunch is $10.  Lunch & Presentation is "FREE" for the first time guest of a current member. Non-members must pay $10 for the program and $10 for lunch (lunch optional).

    Note:  If you RSVP a lunch request and are unable to attend, you will be billed for the lunch