Communicating with Purpose and Impact
Organize your thoughts, establish credibility, and move people to action.
Communication is the quintessential “multiplier skill.” No matter what it is that you do, it is one skill that will help you do it better. Thankfully you do not need to be or become an English major to communicate more effectively. Simple but impactful habits, like bringing people into the conversation, organizing your thoughts, and finishing strong, will help anyone to communicate with more impact. This applies whether English is your first, second, or third language.
“Dirk’s coaching sessions have helped me to greatly improve my leadership and communication skills which are needed in a highly competitive business environment.”