As human beings we are built to connect, collaborate and inspire. And yet, so much can interfere with our ability to capitalize on these gifts.
What if you could remove the obstacles that interfere with your confidence, poise and clarity?
The ability to successfully be in conversation with others requires you to improve what Jazz composer Wynton Marsalis calls our “collective improvisation” skills. They are the ability to connect, listen and respond appropriately to what others are saying.
Here are some keys to better communication and leadership:
Take the time to ask yourself these questions:
What do you want?
What lights you up?
What are you feeling?
Whose life are you living right now?
Leaders who are curious about these questions have a greater reservoir or resources to pull from when speaking to groups.
How are you being received?
What do you want to communicate to the world?
Does your impact match your intentions?
In what ways do you doubt yourself?
In what ways do you doubt others?
What are the elements of trustworthiness?
We live in an era of information overload, noise, and confusion. I help people cut through all that and become better communicators by showing them how to connect who they are to the message they need to deliver. The results:
- Feel more comfortable in your own skin
- Inspire others
- Build trust
- Align your impact with your intention
- Manage your emotions
- Resonate confidence
Connect with Seth to explore the possibilities.