Effective communication is one of the most important strengths you can master if you want to become a more effective leader.

Non-verbal communication is an essential, yet overlooked aspect that can alter the way you are perceived in one-on-one conversations and public speaking engagements. 

In episode #035 of the Meeting Leadership Podcast, we speak with Communications guru Lauren Sergy about:

  • Why non-verbal communication is so important
  • How non-verbal communication is emotionally driven and steps you can take to use this to your advantage
  • How to perform at an ‘Olympic' level when it comes to implementing the right non-verbal leadership tools

This episode is part one of a two-part series. If you want the complete discussion with the brilliant Lauren Sergy, episode #036 is a must-listen!

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Lauren Sergy

Lauren Sergy is a professional speaker, author, and trainer for public speaking and communication skills. She has worked with a variety of clients, organizations, and audiences in the public and private sectors in Canada and the U.S., including KPMG, T-Mobile, Grant Thornton, Alberta Blue Cross, Park deRochie, University of Alberta, and many more. 

Lauren holds a master’s degree in Library and Information Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in English and Classics. She also teaches business communication at Concordia University of Edmonton and the University of Alberta, and is a proud member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. 

Her book, The Handy Communication Answer Book, was featured on the Best Reference Books of 2017 list by Library Journal.

You can get in touch with Lauren Sergy at - https://laurensergy.com/
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