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Confident Communication

Ready to Communicate with Ease?

Whether your goal is to be a confident communicator to build rapport, improve your relationships, further your career, articulate your thoughts, or operate as a high performer…

… learning to speak and listen more effectively, with confidence and purpose, will make every communication count.

 

Hi there. I’m Betty Lochner.

I believe that:

• Communicating with confidence is vital for healthy relationships at work (and at home!).

• Small steps and consistency matters.

• Collaboration & engagement are essential.

I can help you develop practical communication skills to power your performance, and get you the results you’ve been looking for.

TO CONNECT. TO GROW. TO LEAD.

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I learned so much…

I attended Betty’s communication training as a Budget Analyst. I needed to improve my communication style. I learned so much from her practice and her books that I’ve accepted several promotions and strive even higher.

~ Noel Parrish

Our workplace culture has improved…

Since our team began working with Betty, there is less tension. We are better at problem-solving together, handling problems sooner, appreciating each other, having more fun together, and avoiding the blame game.

~ Linnea Comstock

I’ve reshaped my thinking…

I started Betty’s management training course at the very beginning of the pandemic.  I used the information and resources as soon as I consumed them! This is a unique course, unlike any I have taken, and it helped me reshape my thinking about what it means to be a good in-person, remote, and now hybrid boss!

~ Lynda Dennis

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10 Common Body Language Mistakes and How to Fix Them

By |June 23rd, 2021|Categories: Business communication, Effective Communication, Non verbal communication|Tags: , , , , , |

If you're like most people, then you are not as self-aware of your body language, and the unintentional messages you are sending, as you should be. We often do a pretty good job at noticing other peoples' unintentional signals but in ourselves, not so much. Consequently, we make some common body language mistakes and often send the wrong message to others without even realizing it. Why does that matter? Because your body language makes up over half of your total communication - far more than the words you use, [...]

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