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January 2019: Education Workshop — Confidence Hacks
Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers
12499 West Colfax Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80215
Thursday, January 31, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM MDT
Category: Education

Find your Executive Presence through Non-Verbal Communication

Research shows that over 93% of communication is non-verbal, demonstrating that our brains are wired to prioritize non-verbal over verbal communication. Yet, we often focus on what we say, rather than how we say it. In this workshop, you will learn how to use non-verbal techniques to your advantage to instill confidence in your audience. More importantly, this session promises to engage the audience to leave you inspired, curious and with the desire and tools to improve your impact in the real estate industry.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore and understand the importance of non-verbal communication in our business relationships
  • Learn and practice research-based strategies to deliver your words with confidence

Ticket Prices
$45 Members
$55 Non-members          


Note: Only SMPS Colorado Members may register at member pricing. 


Participants are welcome to park in the East or West Martin/Martin lots where space is available, in the First Bank parking garage, or along the street on the west site of Martin/Martin or by First Bank (even if it says First Bank parking only). Please do not park directly in front of the First Bank Entrance. 






Krista Trofka | Trofka Communication Arts

Krista Trofka is on a mission to help others take on courageous acts to overcome their self-limiting beliefs.

In 2017, she founded and launched Trofka Communication Arts, which offers public speaking and presentation training that allows people to unlock their potential to capture attention, close more deals and become a recognized leader.

As an introvert and self-proclaimed geek, her workshops offer a new insight on networking, sales and public speaking. Krista is a change-agent and founder of Trofka Communication Arts. Before launching her own business, she was a world-traveler, high school teacher, Fortune 500 real estate advisor, and urban planning professor.