A Presentation of Manners and Social Skills
Elizabeth Bockman, M.P.H Page
Elizabeth Bockman, M.P.H., has earned a B.S. degree in Nutrition, a minor in Health Promotion, a certificate in Gerontology and a Masters in Public Health (M.P.H.) from Northern Illinois University.
Elizabeth has over twelve years of experience combined as a physician relations liaison and educator in both the for-profit and non-profit health care arena.
Elizabeth brings to her presentations experience in developing and implementing programs on customer service, business management, public health related topics, and a solid understanding of the importance of appropriate social skills in building successful and meaningful relationships needed to succeed in life, both professionally and personally.
Audiences have included children, young and older adults, and key community business leaders, including corporate executives.
“Recognizing the importance of, and understanding the need for social skills, evolved from my experience as a health-care liaison, a teacher in the classroom, a mother of two, and as a business owner. Success in one’s life is based on the constant social interactions with others and the relationships formed based on one’s confidence with themselves… These skills are more crucial today, than ever before, as our society becomes more global.”-says Bockman.
Elizabeth volunteers her time as an Executive Member of the Board of Directors for Kishwaukee Family YMCA and DeKalb County Eldercare Services.