Author Archive | Eileen N. Sinett

work-from-home-illo

Diverse Client Reactions about Working from Home

Week #2 of Isolation With clients working from home, few corporate emails are being returned and undoubtedly this is not the best time to get a decision-maker’s ear and introduce “services.” I am aware of feeling shut-in and too silent and decide to make a few calls. Calls by phone. Calls to client cellphones. Calls […]

Continue Reading
Diversity

Bridge Communication Gaps within a Diverse Workforce

While most multicultural employees are fully competent in their jobs, there are times when pronunciation, language and listening gaps impair effective communication. The inability to fully understand communication nuances and speech differences hinders productivity and most certainly, the career mobility of these individuals. Recently I piloted a public speaking and storytelling event with a culturally-diverse […]

Continue Reading
4PointsTwitterLogo-square

4 Points of Connection Gets Traction & Rave Reviews!

No matter what your industry, or type of business, 4 Points of Connection will up your game –  expedite your presentation planning, enhance your public speaking confidence and develop your storytelling technique. The 4 Points presentation training is didactic and experiential providing tools and practice to present at your best!  From a networking “elevator speech” […]

Continue Reading
dreamstime_m_24844890

Behind the Fear of Speaking

The fear of public speaking has ranked higher than death, going to the dentist, and getting divorced. Depending on which survey you read, snakes and warfare may outrank public speaking but only by a small margin. Why are people so petrified to speak publicly? Why does public speaking fear rank so high? What’s behind this […]

Continue Reading
meeting-man-thumb

Your Interview Presentation, June 20, 2018

After many months of job searching, networking and resume uploading, you finally land that first interview!  Learn to craft and deliver a proactive interview, overview presentation, that supports your being heard. Share those “difficult questions,” you would have liked to answer differently. Process peer perspectives and develop linguistic options to add to your interviewing repertoire.  The […]

Continue Reading