Learn How to Start Critical Conversations with Hello

MAY 1, 2019 | COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA

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About the event

It starts with Hello.

At Hello events, participants are introduced to Hello and use it to have meaningful conversations about living, dying, and what matters most to them.

These are difficult topics to talk about, and Hello makes these crucial conversations easier, more comfortable, and even fun.

If you know anyone who could benefit from Hello, then please join us on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 for Hello Host Certification Training, led by Jethro Heiko.

Save your spot

Don't miss out! This event is limited to the first 50 people that register.

This 3-hour certification training increases the confidence and consistent delivery of Hello game events for organizations that plan on using the game for community (and staff) engagement.

By the end of the training, participants will be able to host Hello game events of their own with comfort and confidence—and will leave with clear next steps on how to host events.

Each participant receives:

  • “Hello, I’m a Conversation Starter” lapel pin
  • Certificate Wallet Card
  • Starter kit to host your first Hello game event (additional kits are available for a small fee)

Hurry… we only have 50 total spots available for this event and registration is first come, first served.

About The Host

Jethro Heiko

Jethro Heiko

CEO & Founding Partner, Common Practice

Jethro Heiko is the CEO and Founding Partner of Common Practice, a company with a mission to make great conversations in health care common practice. Mr. Heiko has over 20 years of experience applying his skills in community organizing, strategic nonviolence and bereavement to authentically and deeply engage individuals, organizations, and communities. Following the death of his father 20 years ago, Jethro founded a bereavement support organization which helped college students cope with the serious illness or death of a loved one. Jethro learned how meaningful and surprisingly joyful these conversations about what matters most can be, and was struck that people do not have to wait until there is a health crisis to have, and benefit from these conversations.