I believe communication is a muscle.
We spend 70 to 80% of our waking hours in some form of communication—and yet, most of us were never formally taught how to communicate.
Communication is commonly reported as the single most important skill in work and life, and still, it's unlikely that you have taken a class in how to interact with others.
I work with C-Suite executives who need help organizing their thoughts before presentations. I work with teenagers who want to say 'like' less because they know it makes them sound less confident than their friends. I work with mid-career professionals who want tools to elevate their executive presence and be unapologetic in the workplace.
77% of employers report that soft skills are as important as hard skills. I may be biased but I believe this to be true. More importantly, I know soft skills can be taught.
Let's chat about how you can have more agency over the way you interact with your work and the world.
I'm all ears.