Bite-Size Book Club: Q&A with author Dave Mitchell

Join us for this unique system-wide opportunity to interact with fellow readers, engage in perspectives, and hear more from Dave Mitchell, the author of our spring series selection, The Power of Understanding Yourself. For over 25 years, Mitchell has delivered light-hearted presentations surrounding communication styles, conflict resolution, and interpersonal relationships through his “laugh and learn” style. With his additional titles of Live and Learn, or Die Stupid! and The Power of Understanding People, this session is anticipated to be informational, interactive, and fun.

This Q&A session is open to all WSU employees, staff, and faculty, regardless of registration in the Bite-Size Book Club spring series course.

Learn more about this author and register in Percipio for the June 4, facilitated session from 1–2:30 p.m.

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