Stacey Shipman

The Natural Communicator – Interview on The Hub of Success

 

I recently had the opportunity to sit on the other side of the microphone when David Elmasian interviewed me for his podcast The Hub of Success.

We talk about…

  • How I love nothing better than getting people to say “Yes, I can!”
  • How I use my background in research, wellness, and business to show people who are used to working behind the scenes (i.e., finance, operations, analysts, IT, etc.) how to present themselves better when they move into management or own a business.
  • Practical strategies and advice to eliminate the fear of public speaking
  • The dangers of being that “too slick” networker
  • A strategy for running effective meetings
  • How my background in health and wellness has led her to this career path
  • And more…

Tune in to the episode below, find the Hub of Success on Apple podcasts or use this link to listen online by clicking here.


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  1. How Small is Your Small Talk? | Stacey Shipman on September 19, 2019 at 8:08 am

    […] The Natural Communicator. I was recently interviewed on the Hub of Success Podcast with host David Elmasian. In it we talked about networking “not to do’s” and the type of questions to ask instead of “what do you do?” Tune in here. […]

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