There’s a perception in my industry as a sports broadcaster, that women are catty, unhelpful, backstabbing, witches.
It’s a tired, old narrative, and one that I’ve found to be false.
I enjoy the people I work with and am blessed to have the support of some of the biggest names in sports reporting, including NFL sideline reporter Laura Okmin. Her testimonial for The Influential Conversationalist is incredibly touching and I was thrilled to present her with a copy last week when we were on the sidelines together.
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It’s tough to beat a great content, practical strategies that will improve your leadership potential and stories from professional athletes. Besides, all the cool kids are reading the book. Take look:
Leaders acknowledge outside factors can affect their success – but know they control the overall outcome.
Stop looking for excuses. That’s not leadership, that’s just looking for an easy way out.
Be willing to have a tough conversation with yourself. That’s not only what an Influential Conversationalist would do, it’s what leaders do.
Jen Mueller is a rock-star presenter and public speaker. Her experiences inside professional sports locker rooms give her unique perspective on business communication. Audiences love her mix of personal stories and practical conversation tools. Hire Jen to speak at your next event and consider purchasing her latest book The Influential Conversationalist for your team. For more information contact Jen: Jen@TalkSportytoMe.com