Session: The Keys to Building Trust Under Pressure
Changed work environments mean many people are feeling disengaged and tired of change; perhaps caught in an endless cycle of virtual meetings. Turnover is at an all-time high. Leaders and teams are crumbling under the extra pressure.
Now, more than ever, women leaders in technology need outstanding skills as credible and influential communicators.
Poor communication is crippling organizations and hindering careers. Across every sector including IT, shrinking confidence is holding women leaders back from performing at their best, especially when the pressure is on.
What if you could ignite your credibility and influence at this challenging time?
From the secret stories we tell ourselves to powerful lessons learned in a career spanning TV, the Olympics and managing the fallout from major public scandals, Dr Neryl East takes you on an enthralling journey that will awaken the powerful and influential communicator within you.
You’ll take away:
• How to build trust so that when you speak – online and in-person - others sit up and take notice
• The secrets to communicating so clearly that you get your message across the first time, every time
• How to say goodbye to your fear of conflict and get excited that friction is essential for outstanding results
This session is perfect for women leaders who want to increase their influence and success, and businesses and organizations requiring inspired and confident staff.
- How to build trust - even under pressure - so that when you speak, others sit up and take notice
- The secrets to communicating so clearly that you get your message across the first time, every time
- Tools to overcome Imposter Syndrome and fear of conflict
If you want to build a stand-out reputation, you want to learn from someone who’s been a leader in that arena for more than three decades.
Dr Neryl East is a credibility expert who shows leaders how to be heard, stand out and command influence – especially when the pressure is on.
She's worked with leaders at the highest level to transform them into the powerful and credible communicators they need to be.
Before a successful corporate career, Neryl spent many years communicating with audiences as a television and radio journalist. During the 2000 Olympic Games her role as an announcer saw her speak to crowds of 20,000.
Neryl has a PhD in Journalism and is the author of five books including an Amazon best-seller on media and reputation.