Speak Your Truth at Work

... skillfully—and you'll be free to be who you are

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“Have you ever sat silently in a frustrating meeting wishing you could say something to make it better? 

Or left a meeting with your boss thinking about all the things you should have said, but didn’t?” 

These communication challenges create environments that are painful in which to work, and hardly uplifting and productive (sigh).

It doesn’t have to be this way! Rather than feel helpless, here’s how you can take personal responsibility for changing the way you and your colleagues interact for the better. When you say it skillfully you’ll no longer be frustrated by not saying what needs to be said.

Here’s your opportunity to break the silence and learn how to be happier, healthier and more productive… at work and in life.

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Created by Molly Tschang

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