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Does Your Communications Have The Right Ripple Effect?
A word, phrase, interaction, or even silence can have a profound ripple effect on your reputation, relationships and results — for good, better or worse. Communications efficacy can make or break success professionally, personally and organizationally. Need some help finding the right words? Crafting the right strategy and approach? Communicating authentically with clarity and impact? I can help you shore up your executive and leadership communications efficacy. With a unique “inside-out” approach, together we’ll get you creating the positive ripples you want.
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We all have those moments when we have inadvertently said the wrong thing or held back and didn’t say what needed to be said. Sometimes these moments are benign. Other times not so much. Every word, phrase, interaction – or even silence – can have a profound ripple...read more
Here’s an article I wrote to preview a Webinar that presented with Charity Village on managing conflict in the workplace. This article was first published on the Charity Village website. Registration – click here! — When setting professional goals...read more
New Offerings to Foster Communications and Leadership Excellence We have conversations every day, everywhere. At work, home, and most everywhere we go. Some are informal and some formal. Verbal? Written? We talk, convey, converse….all the time. But are we doing it...read more