Taught by Bonnie Faye Gibson-Brydon
Character Counts. Values Matter. Wednesday, we started with becoming aware of several levels to listening. Who knew! We then went into working with each other in learning techniques in stepping out of the box and look at the various mentoring tools. Specific tools. Now we move into the global scenarios. After discussing interpreting scenarios, we will then move into breakout rooms, to discuss three group observations: 1. Self-Care. 2. POV (their). 3. Decisions / Values. And each group will be called upon to share – smile!!!
Do we learn instantly? Do we assimilate information into our neocortex and shine from observing? The skill of gathering information is easier when we step into inquiry and reflect our understanding with others. Listening to a small group explain the reason behind their decisions – I always learn from other’s perspective. Remember, we cherish your point of view as well. Join us.
Presenter Bio: Bio: Bonnie Faye has been interpreting for 45 years, presenting for 35 years. Her agency, Pula Legal Interpreting (1997), specializes in court and tri-lingual assignments in Mental Health environments (which opened new perspectives on presenting ethics). Bonnie is a Licensed Practitioner/Chaplin- (2007). Starting in educational interpreting (EEC- 1975), as a freelance interpreter (1982), in the courts (1999) and VRS (2004), presently the team trial interpreter with Deaf Prosecutor (2010). Bonnie brings laughter and activities to her workshops. Get ready to open up, laugh and appreciate new ways of learning interpreting skills!