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Virtual Presence: Do you have it?

September 28th, 2020 | Leadership

If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a hundred times since the pandemic hit the world;  “I have zoom fatigue!”  Yes, there absolutely is such a thing. Think about it;  when we used to go to the office, we’d move from our desks, to conference rooms, to client visits, to the snack lounge or […]

Communication is critical in guiding your employees, clients and investors through these turbulent times. Brunner Communications is offering virtual communications webinars designed to help you and your team.

March 25th, 2020 | Leadership

Communication is critical in guiding your employees, clients and investors through these turbulent times. Brunner Communications is offering virtual communications webinars designed to help you and your team. For more, follow this link (Communicating in Turbulent Times) and email [email protected] #brunnercommunications #remotework #workfromhome #networkingtips #network #networking #corporatetraining #leadershipdevelopment #leadership #executive #executivecoaching #executivecoach #workshop #businesswomen #businesswoman #businessman […]

Six Best Practices for Working from Home

March 16th, 2020 | Leadership

Many of us are forced to work from home for the next few weeks or more, as we do our best to stay healthy and care for our families and communities.  There are benefits to working remotely, but also a lot of challenges if you’re not used to being in an office. As a news […]

Unstoppable Women #internationalwomensday

March 8th, 2020 | Leadership

My Family ‘Female’ Tree Growing up in Hawaii, my relatives felt so far away.  One grandmother was on the mainland in Illinois, the other in South Asia (India), and yet, their significance and influence in my life was never far away.  These women, along with my own mother, were my role models. They were unstoppable […]

Winter Update, 2020

January 16th, 2020 | Leadership

Happy 2020! We are thrilled to start this new year, and new decade, with the announcement of several first-time offerings from Brunner Communications, starting with our day-long Podcast Bootcamp Workshop on February 28 in Boston.   We invite you to join us for this intimate, intensive workshop that will take you through the process of developing, […]

Connect the Dots

January 16th, 2020 | Leadership

Discover the Themes and Patterns of Your Life My client was so proud.  He’d been asked by his alma mater to give a speech to his old department’s senior class on his career path.  He told me he’d been working hard on it all weekend and wanted my review. “Let’s hear it,” I said.   He […]

16 Life Lessons©

January 16th, 2020 | Leadership

It was a cold, gray day in 2016 when I sat down in my favorite chair with a big cup of tea.  Snow was falling in Boston and I was feeling down. I missed interviewing women. I missed shining a light on their stories.  As the creator and co-host of Magic 106.7’s Exceptional Women radio […]

If not now, when?

September 5th, 2019 | Leadership

I love summer!  The warm air, the relaxed tempo.  And, as much as that soothes the soul, I am excited for fall to arrive.  There’s a renewed sense of purpose and passion of fulfilling goals and maybe even rekindling dreams.  “If not now, when?”   I asked myself that question over the course of this summer […]

20,000 Words

September 5th, 2019 | Leadership

Standing Out in the Crowd: A Guide to Being Seen and Heard Men speak, on average, 7,000 words per day.  Women? 20,000.   With those kinds of numbers, you would think women would have no problem being heard, but sadly that is not always true.   According to research from Harvard Business Review, the number of words […]

The Handshake Story

September 5th, 2019 | Leadership

I don’t know about you, but when someone gives me a lousy handshake, it is hard to make the leap to liking and trusting that person.  A weak or bone crushing handshake is the kind of thing that stays in your mind and colors your opinion of someone.   It only takes five seconds to […]

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