EXECUTIVE COACH AND CAREER FACILITATOR HELPS WELCOME ROTARY INTERNATIONAL TEAM FROM COSTA RICA AND PANAMA
This fall I will have been a Rotary member for fifteen years. It truly is one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had for the organization has so many different facets.
This team had been in the US for four weeks by the time they arrived in our community of Vancouver/Clark County Washington. They were tired, yet, willing to share information about their country and their lives as we took them around our community.
Once again, I realized that it was the simple gestures, like an understanding hug or asking about their families that brought smiles to their face. We can make communication really complicated by using big words and lots of them or we can keep it simple.
This week confirmed for me once again "It's the Little Things that make a difference."
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION TIP:
If you want to check out a Rotary meeting,
just ask someone. More than likely, they will
be a Rotarian or know someone who would be willing
to take you to a meeting. Each Rotary has its' own
personality, so make sure you go to more than one so
you find the one that fits your style.