How Do You Prepare For Your Board Meeting
In Turbulent Times—in 2 minutes

By implementing these ideas. You will be prepared. No matter what. No matter when. You have to breathe and wrap. You have to manage your adrenaline rush. Under pressure, you get ready to fight, but you have to resist the pull to flight...

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How To Speak Like A Leader In Times Of Crisis—
The Two Minute Guide

Simple, logical, powerful. Insights for immediate impact—
Keep your messages short. Afterall, what’s really new this minute? While we’re led to believe through Messenger and Instagram that changes happen quickly, in crisis decisions actually...

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Why Do You Need An Executive
Communication Coach?

You’ve been talking since you were 2. You’ve achieved so much in your career. So why would you need an executive communication coach? The bar is higher. Now you’re expected to be articulate, inspirational, and authentic—with no rehearsal time...

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4 Tips to Build Your Leadership Presence

When you’re looking to influence a decision that is critical for your team’s success, influence perception that is crucial for your career. You need to build your Leadership Presence. Here are 4 tips that will help you build your Leadership Presence—Immediately...

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Three Tips for Being Believable in Your New Role

When you’re with your company or with your same boss for years, you are believable. You have history. You are known. But how do you be believable when you are new, in a new company, with a new boss—where you are unknown?..

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Why am I Getting Stage Fright Now?

As you move up in your career, you lose your innocence — you recognize that you have something to lose. You’ve seen the consequences of a botched interview, a flubbed presentations, you’ve seen how careers of years can be crushed in minutes...

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Every Young Entrepreneur’s Angst about Leadership Presence

I’m a 29 year old CEO, who just raised $20 Million, how do I build Leadership Presence? You have to embrace your authentic voice—not try to be a suit. When you try to be a suit, you hold back your energy, you get stiff and rigid...

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What are the Differences Between Toastmasters, Dale Carnegie, and Executive Speaking?

It’s all about focus. Toastmasters focuses on providing you with a support group. Your audience is always encouraging. Dale Carnegie focuses on philosophy. Dale Carnegie’s book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” is a classic...

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Every Techy’s Challenge

I have been making presentations for months. My leadership team doesn’t understand. They keep asking for more details. I keep giving them more and more—but can’t get a decision...

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Leadership Presence for Women

Leadership presence for women is not about standing tall and smiling. To develop powerful leadership presence—women have to get beyond this pretty model approach and learn to project power that is strong, engaging, and authentic...

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