CODA's Program Calendar

See below for information about upcoming public and private events provided by CODA and the public events provided by CODA's Certified Trainers.

About CODA Programs

The CODA Principal Partners, Dr. James Sartain and Kathryn Davanzo, are nationally known speakers and trainers each with over twenty-five years of professional speaking, training and leadership experience. They create genuine connections with their audiences so as to create highly interactive learning environments.  They incorporate stories, humor, thoughtful quotes and concepts, the research of CODA Partners, their experiences and the experiences of the audience into dynamic and informative events. Their presentations are designed to increase leadership capacity and influence through: the development of a strong leader P.O.V.® (Point of View), the power of partnerships, the use of reflective practices, and the value of shared accountability.  Their most popular presentations are based on their programs for Connected Leadership, Connected Communications, and Connected Teams.   Attendees will leave with a renewed commitment to becoming better leaders, better communicators or better team members.

CODA's Training Partners

CODA Training Partners are available for speaking engagements.  To learn more about these talented speakers and their areas of expertise click on Training Partners.

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October 2019

Connected Leadership – Enlistment

October 16 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Private Event – Tampa Tampa, FL United States + Google Map
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Connected Leadership – Leadership Saint Leo

October 18 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Private Saint Leo University Event – Saint Leo, FL + Google Map
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Connecting with Executives – Open Enrollment – Norfolk, VA

October 24 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm EDT
Eggleston, 1161 Ingleside Road
Norfolk, VA 23502 United States
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$245.00 – $275.00 14 tickets left

What Will I Learn?  To connect with executives in ways that allow me to contribute to their ability to think, decide, or act consistently with their roles and responsibilities. (Connect) To clearly articulate the purpose of my presentation from my perspective and from the perspectives of the executives. (Intention)   To gain and retain the attention of an executive audience. (Attention) To respond to questions in ways that extend my message and further my intention. (Extension) To conclude in a way…

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