Resist the expected, the usual and the ordinary.
Results will follow.
What is effective communication? Don’t get me started! Then again, maybe that’s why you’re here—to get my take on what effective communication is, how to do it more effectively and the various sundry ways I might be able to help you do so. In that case, you’re in exactly the right place to get started.
Me? I’m Terri Langhans, CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) and COE (Chief of Everything) here at Blah, Blah, Blah, my speaking, training and presentation coaching business. I named it Blah, Blah, Blah because I’m all about helping people be less ordinary and more effective communicators, without being boring.
And because it’s funny. (Langhans rhymes with “bang pans,” in case you’re wondering.)
Simply stated, I speak to and work with clients who want their message to stand out and get better results. Better results through
- More effective marketing that attracts prospects, clients and referrals, not to mention sells more products and services.
- More effective presentations that have the impact you need to influence choice, win buy in for your ideas, increase your credibility and get the result, reaction or decision you’re looking for.
- More effective interpersonal communication that builds better relationships, team work, productivity and makes you an all around more pleasant person to be around.
Essentially, the common denominator here is that whenever you want someone to do, not do, or let you do something for them—whether in your online or offline marketing, or whether you’re in a meeting, face-to-face, on the phone, one-to-one or one-to-many, at work or at home—you have a message to get across.
And that’s where I might be able to help, with effective communication keynotes, breakout sessions, training, workshops, retreats, 1:1 coaching and-slash-or consulting. From thirty minutes to three days, I’m known for packing my presentations with creative ideas, simple strategies and tangible tools you can use (and re-use) right away to give any message more impact and make it more effective. (Half of this paragraph was more for the search engine spiders than anything else.) Oh, wait. I forgot the effective communication tips, articles and other downloads. (There. That ought to do it.)
Surf, scroll and click around. Then, if you’d like to explore whether or not I might be a fit for your meeting, event or engagement, I’d enjoy having that conversation.
Yes, I said “conversation.”
No pressure. No sales pitch. No kidding. Anything else would be effective communication malpractice on my part.