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    Behavior Matrix

    Date: February 17, 2016, 7:30am – 10:00am
    Sarah Elkinton - RSVP to
    Smullin Health Education Center/ Lecture Hall #1
    2825 E. Barnett Road
    Medford, OR 97501
    $10 per member/$15 for non-member/Free for first time guest & Students
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    Do you ever wonder why some people just don't respond the way you think they should?  Have you ever thought that your approach to communicating is just not working very well with certain individuals in your work and/or personal life?  Do you wonder why others make decisions in a completely different manner than you would?  Do you find yourself blaming others for outcomes?

    This is a program you will not want to miss!  This soul-searching, self-realization will change the way you communicate with people.  You will walk away from this experience grounded in who you.  Brian will walk us through the Behavior Model that will show you which behavior style you are and will allow you to effectively communicate with all levels of the company and empower individuals. 

    Date:                                         February 17, 2016

    Networking:                             7:30 am to 8:00 am

    Workshop Time:                      8:00 am to 10:00 am

    Presenter:                                 Brian Miller: International Speaker, Facilitator and Consultant

    About the Presenter:

    His one of a kind lasting impression with people in business, personal relationships and prison reform continue producing extraordinary results. All attest to Brian’s unique style of facilitating awareness, leadership and organizational transformations. He is dedicated to helping humanity by identifying personal belief systems, sharpening talents and building a high trust culture based on truth and compassion. Brian’s approach is to customize each of the IAM seminars by focusing on the needs of the organization or participants. Based on results of students Brian has personally facilitated, he consistently compresses months of training and development into high impact seminars. Brian brings over 25 years of experience and facilitation into the seminar room. He empowers people to build fulfilling personal lives, communities and organizations that support a world in creating value, purpose and profitable results. Brian believes the world problems can only be solved together, requiring innovative leadership that partners government, business and non-profit organizations to produce healthy communities, economies and nations. He creates visionary solutions to problems that touch every realm of society — supporting people with learning self-leadership and taking this one concept into a world of serving a higher purpose through contribution: a mindset of abundance on all levels.  Brian is the inventor of fifty-two inventions ranging from games and toys to convenience items.  In addition, he sailed for over eight years while studying and experiencing the philosophy presented in the IAM program. Brian believes, “A decision based on perception is no more than a speculation. A decision based on fact is no more than a calculated risk. A decision based on truth is made only by great leaders of integrity, commitment and honor.” Brian lives with his wife, Karen, in Southern Oregon and they are currently writing books based on the philosophy and concepts, while facilitating in the classroom.

    Mission Statement:

    Institute for Advancing the Mind’s mission is the transformation of people’s lives through the discovery of their passion and clarity of purpose. By taking action with creative solutions and visionary perspectives, new opportunities to serve humanity in living a fulfilled life will be achieved. Through truth, love and compassion, this empowerment will provide unified positive change throughout the world, one heart at a time.

    Meeting Location:                   Smullin Health Education Center/ Lecture Hall #1

                                                      2825 E. Barnett Road

                                                      Medford, OR 97501

    Cost:                                         $10.00 per member / No charge for first time guests and students

                                                      $15.00 for non-member

    Credits:                                    SHRM credits are available

                                                      HRCI general credits are available

    RSVP To:                                 RSVP to Sarah Elkinton @