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Communication Coach

Do you want to be better at communicating and creating chemistry with others?

If you answered yes and you are you a small business owner, a professional in sales, business development or customer service, or a mid-level manager, which of the following skills would help you the most?

Communication Skills:

  • Inspire, empower, and motivate others, 
  • Uncover hidden goals,
  • Better manage and reduce negative emotions, stress and anxiety in myself and others,
  • Be a memorable and compelling speaker,
  • Establish stronger trust, rapport and credibility in less time,
  • Be more confident and in control,
  • Convince people to change their minds while maintaining a natural and spontaneous conversation, and
  • Increase my charm, charisma and magnetism.

You may buy into the popular myth that to develop these communication and emotional intelligence skills you just need to use techniques, secrets, and short-cuts. You would be incorrect in that assumption. There is an important relationship and synergy between your message and your delivery. Even with the best words you can still sound mechanical, predictable or nervous or lose credibility if you focus on just on the contents of what you say while ignoring how you feel about what you are saying.

Getting into the “zone” where both message and delivery just flow together will help you have greater ease and better results with speeches, presentations, sales pitches, meetings, managing people, networking events, conferences, tradeshows and any other business development and PR activities. Becoming a better “In the Zone’ communicator would enable you to stand out from others in your field and have more fun too.

Since 1998 I have been helping Montrealers to become better at communicating, connecting and creating chemistry in English or French. I work with unique and proven tools and strategies that stop the hidden signals you have been sending that may contradict or distract your audience from what you are saying.