Author Archive | Eileen N. Sinett

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Between Listening and Speaking is Understanding

The Story A few years ago, I piloted a public speaking and storytelling event with a culturally-diverse audience.  I screened and coached my strongest American speakers to share a personal anecdote about navigating adversity, including their “lessons learned.”  Each speaker spoke for 5-10 minutes, was energetic and engaging and spoke with clear diction at a […]

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Number 1 FEAR

No Wonder Public Speaking is a Number One FEAR! – No training, inadequate training, or too late training… While some clients share having received some public speaking training in high school or college, most report that they were left on their own to figure out how to effectively speak to groups. Perhaps that is why […]

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Out-of-the-Box Networking, March 27, 2017

The name, rank and serial number, (whoops! I mean tagline) networking introductions just don’t work for me anymore.  How many of those introductions actually “stick?”  Not many, I’m afraid.  You want to develop an elevator speech that is authentic, creative and memorable.  When delivered with confidence, you and your business are remembered.   Out-of-the-Box Networking […]

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Inclusive Leadership – November 15, 2016

Inspire people to be more open to differences and illuminate the value of a diverse workforce!  This presentation will anchor Diversity of Thought as a Business Competitive Advantage, communicated via facts and case histories.  It highlights “next level” communications and how underutilized tools like listening and asking questions have the power to bridge cultures and […]

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