In this Jam Session, communication expert and executive coach Wokie Nwabueze will discuss why communication is the key for success in business and how to overcome common, career damaging communication roadblocks.
Thu, Jan 16, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
In 2010, the Harvard Business Review released a report revealing that one of the primary reasons that women struggle to advance to top level positions in their chosen fields is a lack of executive presence – their ability to command respect, motivate others and speak powerfully.
In this Jam Session, communication expert and executive coach Wokie Nwabueze will discuss why communication is the key for success in business and how to overcome common, career damaging communication roadblocks. You will learn the steps every woman should take to cultivate presence and become more persuasive in the workplace, how to have difficult conversations without compromising your authentic voice and the three most important conversations leaders (and aspiring leaders) must have to establish respect and authority in their organizations.
Wokie Nwabueze is the founder of Women Prepared to Lead (WPTL), an executive coaching and training firm that focuses exclusively on helping women develop the communication skills, executive presence and gravitas necessary for success within their organizations. She believes that when you own the power of your voice, you own the power to change the things that matter. Wokie’s dynamic approach to business communication blends her 20 years of experience as an executive coach, conflict resolution expert, attorney, organizational mediator, negotiator and communication strategist. Wokie has served as an interpersonal communication strategist and conflict resolution consultant for fortune 500 companies, academic institutions and small businesses. Her passion is teaching women how to speak without fear, ask for what they want and command greater influence in business.
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