It’s not just public speaking.
Today at work we speak in public constantly—and it’s rarely at a podium. Most people feel uncomfortable and unprepared in moments of spontaneous speaking, and it’s the most important thing we do.
People—and organizations—are suffering in silence.
Organizations with the most effective communication report 47% higher returns. Still, most people report difficulty with challenging conversations, speaking nerves, unconscious behaviors, remote communication, managing up, and preparing for spontaneous speaking. My work creates space for these conversations to happen productively and effectively.
Before training, participants report difficulty in the following areas:
Unconscious behaviors (fillers, qualifiers, apologies)
Giving and receiving feedback
Make soft skills measurable.
By incorporating tangible tools of awareness, physicality, and presence, I’ve helped thousands of people feel more confident and in control of professional conversations and interactions.
Data assessments are administered to help individuals, groups, and organizations visualize pain points and progress.
I’m on a mission to make soft skills measurable.