- How to slash the length of all your written messages in half—without losing any of the meaning
- How to inject vigor into your writing so that your reader pays attention
- How to give your next business presentation a laserlike focus
- How to grab your listeners’ attention right from your opening words
- All-important connection with your audience
- Decision that will cut your number of meetings in half
- Hidden Profit Center
Helen Wilkie, as a former corporate communications specialist, tips to be right on the money and an excellent reminder of what effective communications should be. To those with many years of memos, meetings and presentations behind them. If you are looking for a business communications expert – put this her at the top of your list.
A dynamic, enthralling keynote speaker. Whether your event is a small conference with 50 people in the audience or a convention for thousands, Helen Wilkie will deliver a message that makes them think, sets the tone or sends them off on a high note. Helen loves the big platform—and audiences love her! A lively, engaging workshop leader. Whether she’s leading a concurrent session at your conference or an in-house workshop at your company, Helen rolls up her sleeves and dives right in! With her encouragement and friendly prodding, her session attendees work hard, learn a lot, and have fun in the process.
Helen’s focus on finding places in your workplace where poor applied communication among executive, management and staff at all levels is costing your organization money, and then she shows you and your people how to plug the leaks and stop this dollar drain. Helen calls this “The Hidden Profit Center”. Her clients include a broad range of organizations, from major multinational corporations to professional and trade associations, professional service firms and government.
Helen is a seasoned professional keynote speaker on communication, and is equally comfortable addressing business leaders, middle managers and support staff. As Helen says, “Communication is the lifeblood of your organization, and if it stops flowing freely and efficiently, your organization will die.”