Communication skills are invaluable to the world of business; unfortunately, they are often relegated to the back row of importance, and that comes with hidden and expensive costs. The lack of adequate speaking skills inevitably costs money, loyalty, engagement, and commitment, and can lead to escalating recruitment and retention costs. There is no denying that poorly tuned communication skills are one of the causes of these expenses, and they are substantial.
The mandate for Confident Stages and the Executive Presentation Academy is to provide you with the skills you need to inform, inspire, and invite engagement and participation as you strive to make a difference for yourself and others, and for you to be excellent as you Speak to Engage, Speak to Succeed.
We are excited to announce the book launch release from Rosemarie Barnes: Essential Presentation Skills – Speaking to Inform, Inspire and Invite.
We all need these skills, whether we are networking or speaking...
As successful Small Business Owners and Brilliant Practicing Experts, our authors understand the power of blending best practices and unconventional techniques to grow a business. We’re sharing our winning formulas to help you determine which activities truly drive profit, how to develop and nurture people as your greatest asset, discover new approaches to be more effective and efficient, and build a peacefully performing business so you can step into your potential.
Small Business Owners no longer need to let their business success be determined by change. A new way of conducting business is here.
This is the third book in this Amazon #1 Bestselling Business Book Series for Small Business. Our annual book releases coincide with the beginning of November, which is National Entrepreneurs Month. Our endgame? Small Business success becoming more commonplace.
If you are a small business or entrepreneur that wants to create a strong foundation for growth, then this...
Sophal was born in Takeo, Cambodia, a small town near the Vietnamese border on July 16th, 1970. At the tender age of five the Khmer Rouge, a communist guerilla group led by Pol Pot, took power in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia forcing all city dwellers into the countryside and labor camps. During their rule, it is estimated that nearly 2 million Cambodians died of starvation, torture or execution. Having survived the horrible suffering and nightmares of the killing fields, at the very young age of fourteen, she and her family of seven arrived in the United States as refugees.
Beginning life anew in Hummelstown, PA was not without its challenges. Having never had a formal education, she entered school for the first time at age fourteen, without knowing a word of English, an Asian child in a classroom of white children, who, having their parents talk of the Vietnam war, did not take kindly to someone so different from themselves.
Sophal’s touching story...
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