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Effective communication strategies are essential to driving innovation and profit for several reasons:

  1. Gaining the trust of strategic partners and growing your professional network creates the alliances you need for a competitive advantage.
  2. Implementing better customer relation strategies can help grow your client base and customer loyalty.
  3. Using enhanced internal messaging techniques frees the exchange of knowledge among peers for greater collaboration and creativity.

Keynote speakers and executive coaches provide both the wide-view strategies and ground-level methods you need to ensure a thriving corporate culture where operations move smoothly for sustainable growth. Let’s look at some top challenges of effective communication and what our top speakers advise.

Gain trust with the science of effective communication.

Communicating effectively gains the trust of your audience. Whether communicating with associates, employees or customers or seeking to grow your network of partners, building loyalty in your leadership is paramount to gaining influence. But it takes more than just projecting confidence and ability. Gaining influence requires authenticity and a willingness to listen with empathy. Your audience must understand that you are their advocate and ally in order to achieve lasting success.

“Traditionally speaking, success was defined by power,” says Jon Levy in his TED Salon address, “What makes us influential?

A behavioral scientist and author of You’re Invited: The Art and Science of Connection, Trust and Belonging, Levy understands that this dynamic has changed drastically in recent years. With modern digital connection, influence is a key driver of lasting success.

“Unlike power, influence can’t be wielded with threats and force,” Levy continues. “And it isn’t limited to an elite group of people from the right families, schools or companies. Instead, influence is earned and granted.”

As an expert in human behavior and a top influencer, Levy understands the science of building trust, connection and influence. In his keynote address, “The Influence Equation,” you and your teams will learn:

  • How to develop profound levels of trust with customers and associates
  • Techniques to create meaningful, lasting relationships
  • How to build a sense of belonging that directly impacts your bottom line

Visit Levy’s speaker page to learn more and check speaking availability.

Build influence digitally with the right tools.

Building connections digitally requires different strategies and techniques than communicating in-person. Personal communication assumes a captive audience. Even if you misstep, you have time to “win them back.” That’s not so in a medium where quick swipes, deletions and scrolling are the rule.

Keynote speaker and digital persuasion specialist Erin King holds a unique expertise in the value of grabbing attention quickly and persuasively. Her careful research shows that you have less than three seconds to persuasively grab someone’s attention in effective digital communications. The slightest difference in phrasing in a subject heading can turn a swipe into an investigation for your audience.

“I’ve learned a lot about what it takes to get people to say ‘yes’ to you,” King says in her Digital Persuasion Bureau Speaker Reel. She provides the tools and strategies to persuade your audiences to care about your content and to “really influence them to stop their scroll, lean in and engage with you.”

With King’s “PUB Method,” your teams learn to type more influentially, powerfully and persuasively. Motivational at every moment, this You’re Kind of a Big Deal author has helped top brands and organizations such as Adobe, Disney and the U.S. Navy to level up their digital persuasion methods for greater influence.

Plus, as a technology expert, her “Digital Persuasion: Navigating the A.I. Revolution” keynote address embracing the latest tools to help you and your company:

  • Identify the best platforms to grow your productive reach
  • Develop the most effective communication strategies
  • Improve your mindset through increased knowledge of available technologies

Visit King’s speaker page to learn more and check speaking availability.

Master success through association.

“We are a direct reflection of the five people we hang out with the most,” advises Greg Reid in his video, “How to Create Success by Association.” “And our attitude, our income and our lifestyle is the exact average of that group.”

As a serial bestselling author of books including Stickability: The Power of Perseverance and The Millionaire Mentor, Reid intimately understands the power of effective communication in building the right professional relationships. Win-win associations elevate not only ourselves, but those around us. The result is greater wealth, happiness and income for you and your teams.

“We truly are a reflection of those we hang out and associate with,” Reid says in his video. “Surround yourself with leaders, and you’ll be one, too.”

Motivational and inspiring with an actionable message, Reid has been trusted to deliver for TEDx and Harvard University as well as Microsoft, Chick-fil-A and Novus. Called “The ideal speaker for your next event” by E! founder Larry Namer, Reid’s powerful and game-changing keynote topics include:

  • “Stickability: The Power of Perseverance”
  • “Three Feet From Gold: Success is closer than it appears”
  • “Thoughts Are Things: Ideas into Realities”

Visit Reid’s speaker page to learn more and check speaking availability.

Discover the most effective communication skills for leadership.

Perhaps more than anyone, leaders need to know the art of effective communication. From the executive offices to team leaders, their ability to deliver the company message while listening and caring drives your brand. From making deals to developing a thriving culture, authentic and heart-based communication talents are required in your leadership.

Business leader, executive coach and public speaker Billy Goldberg earned his title as “CEO Whisperer” through his deep understanding of corporate communications. He builds corporate cultures and drives profits with a focus on building stronger, human-based relationships.

“Your heart informs your North Star,” Goldberg says. “Let that lead you to profits.”

He understands that every company—and every leader—has a different path to success. Rather than attempting to copy the style of the person next to or above you, he believes in becoming the best version of yourself. To do so, you must build trusting relationships and the ability to express your vision.

“There is no substitute for building strong and sustainable relationships with your people,” Goldberg continues. “Deals are not made company to company. Every single deal is made person to person.”

With Goldberg’s “Heart-Centered Leadership” keynote address, the leaders of today and tomorrow learn to:

  • Look critically at themselves through greater self-awareness
  • Propel growth with a deeper understanding of “why” you do what you do
  • Use their hearts to lead for a more sustainable impact

Visit Goldberg’s speaker page to learn more and check speaking availability.

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