Regardless of your career aspirations, no personal attribute is as critical to your success as your ability to communicate information clearly, concisely and convincingly. In fact, strong written and oral communication skills routinely rank at the very top of the skills and abilities that corporate recruiters and hiring managers seek in prospective employees.
Whether you are new to public speaking
and presenting or are an experienced presenter looking to hone your skills, I can help. I specialize in transforming nervous newcomers into successful speakers and making experienced presenters even more effective. At the same, I will work with you to polish
your business writing
skills, as well.
I have over 15 years of experience in corporate communications and public affairs at a Fortune 20 technology company, where I helped executives improve their public speaking, presentation, and general communication skills.
Additionally, I am currently a college instructor in public speaking and communications with teaching experience at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. This includes proven success working with foreign-born students who are not native English
speakers, including a number of executives and managers in the IT and other high technology fields.
Whatever your background or your current skill, I am confident that I can help you improve your overall communication skills and become a more effective public speaker.
8 hours notice required
Travels within 25 miles of Sayreville, NJ 08872
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What is the most essential skill for those aspiring to leadership positions? As an educator and coach specializing in helping individuals to improve their communication skills, the answer has always seemed obvious: The most effective managers and executives
I have encountered are those with top-flight communication skills.
I acknowledge that my response is biased, but you don’t have to...