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The Transformational Power of Intentional Communication

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Design Your Life for New Choices

Design Your Life for New Choices


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Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Jackie Sloane, MCC. Jackie will discuss how we can create profound change in our lives and organizations, based on what we tell ourselves is possible, and what we communicate. What do you want to create? Whose influence or involvement do you need? What matters to these people? How can you engage them? What requests do you need to make? What’s in the way of what you wish to create? Our beliefs, what we think about ourselves and others, and what’s possible is expressed in our verbal and nonverbal communication. Change the story you are telling yourself about what is possible, and align your speaking and actions, and you literally transform your life. Humans have enormous capacity for learning. This is actually simple, powerful, magical and may not always be easy.

Jackie Sloane has been coaching professionals for twenty years. Her clients transform their work lives through how they set goals, engage others, communicate, and cultivate relationships. Clients have reported 50:1 return on investment in services, promotions, leaps in compensation, dramatic shifts in the productivity and achievements of those around them, and becoming more visible, influential, effective, and satisfied in their roles. She specializes in executive coaching and leadership development, as well as communication and engagement consulting. She has two coach certifications, including Master Certified Coach. Jackie’s background includes founding a marketing communications services firm that served an international clientele and specialized in positioning. She also served on the staff of a national magazine. She has written the Executive Coach column of Executive Travel for five years and serves leaders at privately-held, nonprofit, public sector and Fortune 500 firms.