- Business Communication
Many leaders and HR departments take and provide workshops for their employees and themselves in order to change culture, improve communication skills, or solve problems. Often, within the next 6 months, the training falls by the wayside because the suggestions
Think before you leap into a difficult conversation. With the holiday season approaching, we may have many festivities at the office or at home with family and friends. Sometimes these special events open the door for conflict and/or difficult conversations.
My mind goes back to the Chicago tune that asks the question: Does Anybody Know What Time it Is? Does Anybody Care? For me, it only takes a small leap in my mind to arrive at the question: Does Anybody Know what Real
In the world of operatic or musical theatre, character roles are based on our voice type, voice quality, and body type. There is a certain something that a musical casting director is seeking in his/her assessment and choice of a
Do you find you sometimes forfeit “you” in work scenarios? Do you edit out some of your amazing and best qualities because they don’t seem “professional”? Do you feel you leave out your heart and your empathy and then feel
Bring your whole body along to meetings and presentations. So often we seem to focus on just our brains and voices. We need the whole body to be connected for our breath, voice, and communication to connect. Do a few dance
Like many professional business leaders, odds are good that you are moving into Act II of your career and your life. You want to speak publicly because you know that you have something important to say—something that audiences will benefit