Author and instructor to launch new book at the School of Continuing Studies

Soft Skills by Diana Kawarsky

The School of Continuing Studies is proud to announce Diana Kawarsky, one of the school’s esteemed instructors, and a published author, will be on campus to launch her new book Soft Skills: Volume 1 – A collection of Strategies, Anecdotes, Techniques, Observations, Stories, Tactics, Advice, Experiences, Ideas and Methods.

Diana Kawarsky

Soft skills are an everyday challenge everyone faces. How can I make an impact? How can I get recognized? How may I better express myself? How can I present this data? How do I improve my relationships? Professionals need to master soft skills to make a difference and define their personal brand. This collection of strategies, anecdotes, and more provides tools to achieve maximum results with minimum effort.

Presented in short and concise chapters, Soft Skills Volume 1 provides readers with the insights and tools needed to make better choices, for self-improvement, and set oneself and others, up for success. Reading this book will help you dramatically improve communication skills by tweaking body language, becoming a better storyteller, listening to what others are actually saying, and paying more attention to your impact on everyone you interact with every day.

This special book launch event will take place in the Harry Crowe Room (109 Atkinson) on Tuesday, June 21st from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. The free event is open to all, and will feature a raffle for one lucky person to win a free copy of the book.

With over 20 years’ experience in the industry, Diana is president of The Soft Skills Group, a training and development consultant firm. She also teaches multiple courses at the School of Continuing Studies, including those in the Post-Degree Certificate in Human Resources Management, the Post-Graduate Certificate in Business Administration and the Post-Graduate Certificate in Accounting.

This opportunity to hear Diana speak about her book, ask any questions, and network with her and other students and professionals should not be missed. Staff from the School of Continuing Studies will also be on hand to help answer any questions about the school and the different programs that are offered.