This webinar is presented by Michael Sager, Patient Affairs Liaison with Pfizer's Community Connections Programs for Rare Disease,
This webinar is presented by Michael Sager, Patient Affairs Liaison with Pfizer’s Community Connections Programs for Rare Disease, for a peer-to-peer interactive presentation. WE Learn is a Turner Syndrome Foundation educational learning activity.
Balancing emotional wellness and communication go hand-in-hand. This webinar will focus on having to improve communication skills, especially when you find yourself in difficult situations or with difficult people. The goal of this webinar is to give the participants some comfort and maybe a new way of approaching communications with difficult people and relationships. No medical advice will be provided. The goal is to have a peer-to-peer discussion facilitated by Michael Sager of Pfizer.
About Michael Sager: Mike earned a Bachelor of Arts from Xavier University and a Master of Arts in Spanish Literature from the University of Cincinnati. After a 12-year career in teaching Spanish, exporting, international sales, and customer service, Mike joined the Pfizer sales force in 2002. He is passionate about improving health and well-being through exercise, diet, compliance with prescribed therapies, and education and looks forward to sharing this passion as he supports patients as a Pfizer Patient Affairs Liaison.
What you will need: You will need a computer with internet service and/or telephone to participate in this learning activity. The activity instructions will be emailed to registrants on a first come first serve basis. Limited space is available. Please reserve your seats early!
The webinar will be recorded with English captions and the presentation slides will be made available afterwards when available. Be sure to sign-up even if you can’t attend the live recording and you will receive those materials in your inbox.
Everyone is encouraged to join.
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