Communication Immersion Workshops in Santa Fe, NM
Whether you pitch for business, raise money for your favorite non-profit, or want to be seen as a thought leader on the global stage, this Eloqui workshop provides the necessary tools. We limit attendance to 8 for maximized personal attention.
Over two days, this select group of professionals and executives come together to learn new skills and find their authentic voice. Everyone is up on their feet multiple times, with the opportunity to hear from their peers, as well as the trainers, and make adjustments to ensure success. The ROI is quantifiable.
We chose Santa Fe because the location ensures our clients can be “off the grid” and seriously focus on advancing their communication and presentation skills. And when the training is over, attendees can experience one of America’s top vacation destinations, with nationally recognized art galleries, restaurants and outdoor activities.
Eloqui conducts the training at the elegant Inn at Loretto. We also negotiate special room rates for our attendees, which can be extended for three days prior and after the training.
The first day is focused on creating a brief, make-or-break presentation, incorporating the critical elements of structure and delivery…
The second day is focused on impression management and how to engineer the perception you want to strengthen your brand. We also cover how to read and respond to any audience, and techniques from the professionals’ playbook to becoming an engaging, memorable speaker.
Your fee includes a specially prepared dinner by local chef Johnny Vee, who creates a delicious experience, whipping up a four-course meal right outside of town. Have a glass of champagne and appetizers, learn about New Mexico cuisine, enjoy specially selected wine, watch a spectacular sunset, and relax.
Stay an extra few days to enjoy Santa Fe and Taos. You can visit the art galleries on Canyon Road, shop at the stores, in the winter ski Santa Fe Peak or Taos, go to museums, concerts or visit Tent Rocks, Valles Caldera and Bandelier to hike and see where the cliff dwellers lived.
You can fly directly into Santa Fe (via Dallas, Phoenix, or Denver), or into Albuquerque and rent a car, take a shuttle, or carpool to Santa Fe, only an hour and a half away.