Be a catalyst for change in the way you come across to others.
Stop me if this sounds familiar …
“I don’t know what it is. I put in so many hours at work, but I’m not getting anywhere. In meetings, it seems like nobody even hears me talking. So co-workers end up getting raises and promotions, but I don’t. I’ve even had people blatantly take credit for my ideas. I just feel like my career has completely stalled out.”
Or this …
“I’m just not that comfortable expressing myself. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not underconfident or anything. I know I’m smart. But some people just aren’t good at talking, you know? I’m great with numbers and getting things done, but not with people.”
Or maybe this …
“To be honest, I think maybe I know how to express myself a little too well. My problem is knowing when to stop expressing myself! Last week, I was supposed to give a 15-minute presentation, and it went almost half an hour; I kept going on tangents. By the end of it, half the room was looking at their cellphones or staring out the window. Needless to say, my boss wasn’t impressed. Which reminds me of this one time when …”
You get the idea.
To be fair, communicating isn’t easy for most people. Not everybody is naturally predisposed to speak in front of groups or on Zoom or even on the phone in a way that’s compelling, comfortable, and succinct. It’s a skill most of us have to learn and then be willing to practice until we get it right.
That’s the good news.
Because it is a skill, because it’s nurture and not nature, powerful communication can be learned, practiced, and mastered. Then whatever your goals are, you can achieve them. And I can help you do it. As part of my personalized coaching program, I’ll …
- Discuss your current situation and goals, and assess where you need the most help;
- Leverage my decades of radio, speaking, and coaching experience to give you practical, actionable steps and a plan to succeed;
- Work one-on-one with individuals, in a small group, or use a combined approach.
My goal is to help you achieve the results you want in conversations and presentations whether virtual or IRL. To be a catalyst for change in the way you come across to others. To show you how to make your words, habits, and actions more powerful and persuasive.