Embark on a path toward better communication
Speaking truthfully and directly has far-reaching benefits within an organization—from fostering trust and respect to facilitating work relationships and allowing everyone to do their jobs more effectively and enjoyably.
But candor isn’t something you can simply decide to “do.” You have to really understand what it means first and then diligently practice straight talk until it becomes a natural part of your everyday interaction.
Gazelles-certified strategic planning coach and author, Nancy Eberhardt has brought her compelling message of candor and straight talk to groups ranging from the Virginia Council of CEOs to Volkswagen of North America. In a presentation, panel discussion or workshop format, Nancy will not only explain the principles of candor to your team or group, but she’ll also show you how to deal with dozens of actual situations using forthright communication. Plus, her insights are so relevant and spot-on that you can put them into practice as soon as you return to your desk!
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Here are a sample of her presentation topics:
Uncommon Candor: The Power of Straight Talk
Nancy Eberhardt uses audience engagement and real-life examples to demonstrate how candor can accelerate results within an organization and make the workplace somewhere that people want to be. Ideal for leaders and associates in all types of organizations.
Uncommon Candor: Be True to Yourself
This presentation explores how honest self-reflection can help you find the career path that is right for you. Through stories of others’ experiences and engagement activities, participants will discover their core strengths and passions to open up a wealth of new possibilities. Ideal for executives eager for the next passage in their career or life.
- Association Leadership Conference
- Growing Multinational Company
- Executive team at a nonprofit
- MBA students and alumni
Discover the power of candor.Introduction to Uncommon Candor
What is candor? Get a preview of how candor can make a difference in your organization.