From texting to Twitter, people communicate much differently today than they did just five years ago. Windy business letters and all-company meetings are phasing out fast. Now most prefer their messages pithy, immediate, and typically, onscreen.
Getting the Word Out
Did you know you can communicate with hundreds of people, instantly, with a relatively low-cost webinar? A few years ago, we started helping many clients train their staff using visually engaging webinar presentations. Some are pre-recorded; others led by a facilitator. Webinars help you avoid the hassle and expense of a big-group meeting, while delivering a visual pop you can’t get with a conference call. This new communication style has many useful applications.
Has your leadership style changed with changes in communication? I’ve taught an online course for Roosevelt University called Power and Influence in the Workplace. It challenges students to assess the leadership in their immediate work environment, and in the world. Communication styles are a large part of the influence that leaders have. One of my primary objectives is to help my students achieve their career objectives.
Improvement and Growth
Are you striving for a promotion? Eyeing up a career change? I’d like to help you, too! I’m looking for professionals in need of business help-from resolving a work conflict, to growing a business, or setting and accomplishing career goals.
See testimonials of other clients I’ve helped for more ideas and insights. Also, kindly forward this newsletter to any others you feel might be interested.
In this new year, I’m feeling especially grateful to my friends and clients for all the support and opportunities you’ve given me. Please accept my heartfelt wishes for success through the rest of the year!
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