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Workshops for Online Communication Skills

Connection Lab Online: The need for Connection Lab online workshops has never been greater. In the world of social distancing, our healthcare experts are warning about social isolation and a current social recession. Communication is our lifeline. And, Zoom fatigue is real. According to recent Blind study only 20% of professionals are actively listening and […]

Virtual Off-site Services

Online Company Offsite Services Connection Lab corporate off-site services translate virtually. While public health restrictions have hindered our group interaction and in person off-sites are prohibited, the company off-site is still needed more than ever. The good news is that the tools and technology are available, and if done properly, to re-charge and re-connect disconnected […]

Join us at the AWAKE Influencers Forum

Connection Lab is excited to be participating in the AWAKE Influencers Conference Jan 28, 29, & 30, 2021. View Schedule and Speaker Bios  Whether you are an experienced healer; a seasoned advocate; an established creative, blogger, artist, podcaster, musician or filmmaker; a nonprofit leader or legislative liaison – or you are just finding your voice to […]

6 Box Video Series

Welcome to the 6Box Video Series The principles and practices of Connection Lab revolve around the Six Box Model – an effective deconstruction of the nature of communication and an awareness of how each of us shows up uniquely under the stress of our realities. These videos are the result of a conversation between Reilly […]

Practice Presence: Connection Lab a Blended Methodology

The answer you seek is in Relationship. This is repeated over and over as a key to success. Over and over again, we are hearing the need for improved connection and human interaction for motivation and direction. The arts has dedicated itself to the fulfillment of connection—both to content and to the audience. Now, we […]

Permission to Fail

“There’s no such thing as wrong notes”—Miles Davis  Granted, we’re not all jazz musicians –but is he right? How will we ever approach our ambition, succeed in the unknown, without a healthy relationship to failure? According the Harvard business review article, Permission to Fail by Aaron Brown: A popular misconception is that a risk manager’s […]