How can you speak so people will listen?
Are you using the full capacity of your voice in service to your intentions, visions, and purpose?
What gifts reside deep inside you that are yearning for expression?
These complex, challenging, and exciting times are calling you to “show up” with authenticity, integrity, and courage. As important as our voices are, few of us know how to use them to their full potential. Working with your own full voice makes you a more skillful listener as well.
We’re thrilled to welcome Barbara McAfee back to Prairie Oaks Institute. Please join us for this extraordinary day, Saturday, July 30, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Then stay (and invite your friends and family to come too!) for a fantastic, free potluck meal and community sing with Barbara at the Granary, on the edge of the prairie overlooking Robert Creek.
For more information and to register (on a “sliding scale suggested donation” basis), please visit www.fullvoicepoi.eventbrite.com today! Optional overnight lodging is also available Friday and Saturday in either the Farmhouse or Harvest House, with a light breakfast the following morning. Come early, stay late, or make it a full weekend!
More about Barbara:
Barbara McAfee is a voice coach, singer/songwriter, keynoter, and author who merges lessons from 12 years in organization development with the transformative power of sound. Her book, Full Voice: The Art & Practice of Vocal Presence (Berrett-Koehler Publishers) was a #1 Amazon bestseller in Business Communication. The book is based on her 25 years of supporting people from many professions in learning how to access the full power and expression of the voice in service to their work and relationships.
Barbara’s work blends practical content, sophisticated humor, and thought-provoking questions on topics including voice, leadership, and engagement.
She was “the band” for Margaret Wheatley’s Women’s Leadership Revival Tour, which visited 15 North American cities. She also appears with author Peter Block. Barbara has produced seven CDs of mostly original music and is founder of the Morning Star Singers, a volunteer hospice choir in the Twin Cities.
She lives across the street from the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA