Category Archives: Coaching

How Do You Command A Room?

3 Tips To Boost Your Executive Presence Growing up in the Philippines, I was taught to be humble and accommodating, rather than outspoken or bold. We were encouraged to get along, rather than rock the boat. My first jobs were … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills, Leadership Skills, Presentation Skills, Women in Business

Go For The Ask

Last week, I attended a fantastic Women’s Leadership Conference in New York. The program was filled with excellent speakers sharing their insightful stories, highlighting advice, and encouraging attendees to stand up and be heard. One woman – an entrepreneur – … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Interviewing Skills, Leadership Skills, Women in Business

Quick Tips To Become A Better Global Communicator

Are your communication skills “world class”? Working in a global environment is an exciting challenge, and it may mean stepping out of your comfort zone. Ensure that you communicate effectively with your clients and colleagues abroad with these quick tips. … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills, Global, Tips Videos, Uncategorized

Business Writing That Gets Results

When you and your team write clear, concise, action-oriented documents, projects move faster, you’re more productive, and you get better results. Christopher Butler, Exec-Comm Consultant, describes how a few simple tips can help you and your team become more effective … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Tips Videos, Uncategorized, Writing Skills

Exec-Comm Accepts Year Up’s Community Ambassador Award

Last week, Exec-Comm proudly accepted Year Up’s Community Ambassador Award during the Class 24 graduation ceremony. The Community Ambassador Award is given to a partnering organization whose commitment to Year Up “positively impacts a young adult and provides them with … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Exec-Comm Team, Uncategorized

How Bryan Cranston’s Story Can Help You Improve Your Communication Skills

As you set resolutions, goals, and aim to form new positive habits, keep your communication skills top of mind. Here are a few thoughts, along with an inspirational story by Bryan Cranston, recognized by Business Insider as one of the … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills

Take The Dumpling

I was sitting next to Manohar, aka Manny, best man from my wedding at a dinner recently. Earlier he toasted my husband for his “great choice in restaurants.” Feeling underappreciated, I quipped, “I chose the restaurant.” And then I immediately … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills, Executive Presence, Leadership Skills, Life Skills, Women in Business

5 Keys To Build Trust

Someone recently asked what I would consider a necessity for a module on building trust. I think about this topic a lot because there are so many things people can do to affect a positive or negative interaction with others, … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Leadership Skills, Life Skills, Networking

If I Only Remember One Thing About You, What Do You Want It To Be?

When it comes to technology, I’m neither a gadget guy nor a Neanderthal. I’m happy to use the latest and greatest, as long as it’s easy and helps me get more done or enjoy the experience more. The difficulty is … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Meeting Skills, Networking, Uncategorized

From Listing Skills To Leveraging Stories: How To Show, Not Tell, Your Value

It’s been along year already. That’s not a comment on the political environment, but on your own schedule at work. You’ve accomplished a ton. You’ve been involved in some projects that were planned, and some that sprang out of nowhere. … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Communication Skills, Interviewing Skills, Meeting Skills, Networking