Celebrating 50 Years - Transforming Lives and Organizations Since 1957!
AiA Classic, originally published as Adventures in Attitudes, is an empowering program in which people understand that: how they perceive and respond to events around them is their choice.
This awareness is the first step in changing negative attitudes to positive ones.
It is the key to establishing personal responsibility and accountability in the midst of change.
As members of the AiA Anniversary Task Force, we have had the privilege of preparing the 50th anniversary edition to celebrate this historic milestone. AiA's timeless principles have never been so relevant, or so needed, at any previous time in its history. While many experts have lamented that civility has ended on earth, people such as Daniel Pink, Daniel Goleman, and Stephen Covey continue to suggest that what is needed for personal and organizational success today are the core interpersonal skills, and different ways of thinking, millions of AiA graduates have discovered.
The best way to grasp the power of this unique program is to experience it for yourself - we have priced this train-the-trainer/evaluation session as your Experiential Brochure. Scroll to the bottom for current schedule.
The learning sticks! Listen to a 2 minute interview with Paula Davenport who experienced our very first Adventures in Attitudes presentation in 1985!
Your registration includes:
Extensive Participant Manual
Light Breakfast all three days
Lunch all three days
Great views of Lancaster County.
Plan to stay the weekend!
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Additional registrants from the same organization $495
Schedule all three days is 8 AM - 5 PM. Stay Thursday evening for the optional two-hour train-the-trainer session. If you have already decided to conduct the program, select the Facilitator Kit option at the registration screen and you will receive your kit at the session. Everyone is invited to attend this optional session with or without the kit.