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FREE Co-Ed Event: Learn How to Get Behind A Man’s Plan … and When

Working with a man with a plan is different than working with a woman. It is likely that the women and men in your life have noticed this!  A man with a plan seems to follow a predictable pattern that, once understood, makes sense of they behavior and process that may have been upsetting or maybe even secretive.
Men: This is a great class to better understand your own instinctual planning process.  By seeing the ways in which you plan differently from the feminine, you will be able to partner at just the right time to provide what  is needed for all concerned
Men & Women: If you work with men, live with men, or interact with men, you will better understand how to effectively communicate with them, motivate them, and support them during all the phases of planning WHO: All are welcome. This is a co-ed class with no previous PAX knowledge necessary.
WHAT: Free Co-Ed Class. Please RSVP as space is limited to 45 participants
WHEN: Thursday, April 28, 2015 from 6:45pm - 8:30pm PDT
WHERE:  Central Marin Community Center - 250 Doherty Dr, Larkspur, CA 94939
Google Link to Directions to Central Marin Community Center

QUESTIONS?: Contact  or 415.203.0244

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I’m Janet Fjeldstad, I am a coach and consultant, and trainer working with the human aspects of management, such as communications, team building and conflict management.   What really makes me happy is what I am doing with this event; my work as a Community Educator, teaching men and women to communicate with ease at work and in life by understanding our similarities and differences.  


Understand Men San Francisco Volunteer Team - We are a group of volunteers whose lives have benefited so much from Understand Men classes & PAX Programs so we host free events around San Francisco Bay Area to share this great, often life changing, information with others.


PAX Programs was founded by Alison Armstrong and is the creator of the The Queen's Code Workshop(formerly Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women.  For more information about Alison Armstrong's work, go to for more articles, audio recordings and weekend workshops.