Have you ever been embarrassed by something you said because it came out all wrong? I sure have, and it feels awful.
Communication skills…we all have them, and…
The reality is: most of us could use a little practice.
Communication skills are like muscles…
they need to be exercised and toned up regularly.
Communication Diva wants to help get you into shape. Why?
Because life is just easier when we get along.
Do you want to put your best foot forward in a new job situation?
I can help you to get the job, love your work, and advance your career.
What Others are Saying:
Thank you for presenting “The Entrepreneur’s Secret Weapon – How to Listen Beyond Words” to the Pacific Self Employment Program. The activities were impactful in showing us how effective we actually are at listening, and the tips shared are great reminders of how to increase this essential skill. The information about inter-generational communication was also very helpful. As business owners every conversation with a client or a prospect has the potential to make a difference in our financial success. Your invitation to be mindful in our communication practice was most encouraging.
~ Lynne Brisdon, PCC, CBC, Business Coach, Program Lead, Pacific Self Employment Program, Pacific Community Resources Society
My experience with the Communication Diva… Jenn is a true professional who has a natural ability to make her guests feel comfortable and right at home in her studio. She is naturally skilled at building a comfortable rapport with her guest so they can feel relaxed and ready to share their experience. In addition, Jenn has a great sense of humour and she enjoys making her guest laugh both on and off the microphone.
~ Shelley-Anne Vidal (BA, CDP, PID) President & Founder www.actbyvidal.com
I feel more confident now as I look for work after finishing my degree. I can be sure the image I am projecting is professional, and that I’m not undermining myself by inadvertently sending unhelpful non-verbal messages. I appreciate the direct approach of this book.
~Nadine Sands, (Amazon review of “What They see”)
- CD 99: PTSD and Moving the Human Spirit
- 98 CD Episode: Gender Differences in Communication with Fiona Fine
- 97 CD Episode: Calendars, Clergy and Stereotyping with Trisha Elliott
- 96: CD Episode: Feeding People with Celebrity Chef Vikram Vij
- 95: CD Podcast Episode: Accent & Communication Training with Shelley-Anne Vidal