Bodie Consulting, LLC - Training, Coaching, Motivating
As a consultant, my job is to listen. I first seek to understand individual and organizational needs then work collaboratively to find solutions to problems, answers to questions, and to develop customized learning platforms that inspire people to improve.
By first listening and facilitating a series of reflection exercises, I help foster one-on-one custom development opportunities for sales professionals, management, and executives. My coaching framework is founded on establishing and building a constructive relationship that allows for challenging assumptions and encouraging improvement. Founded on strong theory, coaching involves designing opportunities unique to each participant, focusing on their particular development.
Course and Curriculum Development
As an educator, I develop unique courses and curriculum to meet student needs. I bring this expertise to meet organizations' needs to develop the communication and listening skills vital to employee success. My expertise is in the development of specialized programs that aim to discover key organizational strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, particularly those that involve communication and listening. If your organization experiences issues related to communication - internal conflict, listening and understanding customer needs, employee turn-over, problematic emails, having difficult conversations, how to deliver bad news, lack of assertiveness in your sales force, assuming rather than asking ... I would enjoy collaborating on ways to solve these problems. If you have existing programs, I would enjoy helping you update, assess, or otherwise tweak their effectiveness.
In addition to individualized public speaking coaching and training, I deliver keynote addresses for corporate meetings, professional associations, and community groups. Keynote addresses are tailored to the conference theme and corporate needs and generally focus on the power of listening and communication, helping to motivate audience members to improve their social skills.
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