Beverly Inman-Ebel

Why are we good at talking, but not so much at communicating?

Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some best practices we can use to encourage better communication within our organization, especially up and down the chain of command.

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Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why waiting before you speak, making sure your tone isn’t hurting you, and getting your nose in front of others – face-to-face – are powerful communication practices.
Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why resolving to listen more could be one of the best financial decisions you make, and how to determine if that’s where you’re stuck professionally.
Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the importance of having a communication structure in your organization so everyone knows how to operate up and down the organizational chart.
Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to deliver a public presentation by focusing on what you know and build your talk around one or more key messages that the audience will remember.
Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that one way to overcome fear of public speaking is to talk about what you know best and think of it as if you’re waiting on customers.