How you communicate can add stress or reduce stress in your team. How would I know the difference? Know your audience! Discover how to discern "too much" from "not enough" when running a meeting. Lean how to use VAK (Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic) language to reach more participants. Learn the four words to avoid to REDUCE stress in the workplace.
About the Speaker
Freddi Donner is a seasoned executive coach specializing in the power of communication and interpersonal skills to achieve professional growth and business development goals. Freddi founded Business Stamina in 2004 after more than two decades as a corporate marketing executive and successful entrepreneur. She is certified by the International Coaching Federation and is an accredited practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Emotional Intelligence, and LAB profile.
A thought leader on leadership skills, communication styles, stress management, teamwork and related subjects, Freddi provides group (live and online) and individual coaching and workshops for private companies, associations, nonprofits, and universities. She works with individuals and teams helping to develop people who choose to be brave and bold enough to stand up for absolute truth and do not want to be swayed by political or selfish objectives. She believes in abundance and adding value and inspires other to do the same.
As a volunteer member of the Board at International Coach Federation (DC Chapter), Freddi oversees the leadership of the Chapter as President. She is pursuing her next level of ICF certification (PCC).
In addition to her coaching, Freddi hosts membership based CEO Roundtables for Christian Business Owners with Truth@Work. She is committed to helping business owners build internal strength by combining the collective intelligence a business roundtable offers, the Christian principles and lessons provided by Truth@Work, and the support she offers as a certified coach. A powerful combination in which you will grow spiritually, professionally, and personally, and help build those around you.