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WEBINAR - Assertive Communication: How to speak and be heard in meetings

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Assertive communication: How to speak and be heard in meetings"

Participants will learn assertive communication tips and tricks from Jenny Garrett, Women’s Coach of the Year 2014 and:

- how to handle and manage those communication glitches that are all too common for women.
- how to speak so people listen and you are heard
- how to leave a lasting impression so everyone will definitely know who you are.

About Jenny -

Jenny Garrett is an Award Winning Coach with over 11 years experience of running a Global Business. She is a Freeman of the Guild of Entrepreneurs – City of London and was listed in Brummell Magazines Top 30 City Innovators 2016.

Her mission is to transform the world for everyone, one empowered woman at a time. She use’s her years of experience in coaching and leadership to inspire and motivate people, working with them to deliver career and life changing results beyond expectation.

Jenny has written an Amazon Bestselling Book ‘Rocking Your Role’, on the taboo subject of female breadwinners.

She has reached an audience of over 30,000 through her speaking engagements, including two TEDx Talks, and coached individuals all over the globe from Australia, to Botswana, the US, Mexico, Spain and the UK, with over 3,000 coaching hours under her belt.

Jenny gives back through her social enterprise Rocking Ur Teens

Her most recent clients include MasterCard, EY and Mace Macro.

Jenny is regular commentator on Sky News and LBC radio, and has been featured on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour, The Telegraph, and Glamour magazine amongst many others.

A client recently described Jenny as a ‘yoga stretch for the career!’

Jenny’s work is characterised by having, depth, personalisation and meaning, or some would say ‘soul’. See her videos, Would you follow you? And the trailer for her book ‘Rocking Your Role’

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