Tough Talk, Trying Times Webinar Registration

Tough Talk, Trying Topics

19 JuNE 2018 | Cecily Harkins

Scholarship Opportunities for Active Leaders (does not include registration for CERPs credit)

In this informative webinar hosted by LLLI, Cecily Harkins presents a comprehensive overview on the impact of social media in communication, particularly Facebook.

Participants will gain knowledge on the following topics:

  • Understanding the rapid change in social connections.
  • Creating a more positive Facebook atmosphere.
  • Navigating the challenges of social media.
  • Comprehending the effects of technology.

Cecily Harkins is a member of the Board of Directors for La Leche League International. She is a coordinator and facilitator for Communication Skills Development and has been a La Leche League Leader for 51 years. Cecily has spoken for La Leche League conferences in Canada, the United States, Europe and Latin America. In addition to her La Leche League activities, Cecily is a member of the Step-Family Association of America and the Homeschooling Network of Oregon.
Cecily has her BA in Speech and English and has taught in public schools, community colleges and is a homeschooling teacher.

Available Slide Translations: عربى, 中文, 日本語, Deutsch, Español, Français, Italiano.

We thank all the volunteers who have provided their time and effort on the translations.

If you need slide translations please email Christine at

You can print to paper or to a PDF file.

For best printing results, open the site in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Although you can view the site well in any browser, printing from other browsers might not operate correctly.

1. Browse to the web document that you want to print.

2. Click the Print button that is displayed on the web page (not the Print command on the browser menu or toolbar).
This opens the browser print window. The window displays a preview of the document that will be printed. The preview might take a minute to display, depending on the document size.

3. In the Printer box, select the desired printer.
For example, if you are working on a Windows computer, and you want to print to a PDF file, select Save as PDF.

4. As required, configure the other options such as the pages to print.

5. Click the Print button.
If you are generating a PDF, click Save. You are prompted for the name and folder location to save the file.