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Information on the art and science of effective communication.

Do you qualify for this team approach to Straight Talk?

What if you could solve a pressing team challenge while developing individual ability to use the Straight Talk Framework? If your team qualifies – get this new team approach added to your Straight Talk Leadership Experience for no extra charge (this is only for teams acting before US Thanksgiving 2016). UPDATED: learn more here: https://securitycatalyst.com/team/ The Straight Talk […]

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Leadership Course Experience: What to Expect

I know leaders are busy. Faced with the opportunity to engage in a course to improve your leadership and communication creates a natural reaction: Leaders that invest in themselves set the standard for the people around them. But that means knowing you’re investing in an experience that gets results. That was the challenge I took […]

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Do you want to get trained, or do you prefer to learn?

“I see you’re listing the Straight Talk for Leaders as an Executive Course. What’s an executive course?” I got that question more than once after launching. As explained in the need to launch to learn, I overlooked some key details. Despite the energy I put into building something useful, I never explained it. Allow me […]

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If you really want to learn, you need to launch

Last week I launched the Straight Talk for Leaders Executive Course. In some ways, it felt like I finally launched. It also felt like I was pushing sooner than I was ready. Both are right. I finally answered the call to offer online training for the Straight Talk Framework. To get started, I followed the concept […]

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Let me help you get the Straight Talk you need to prove your leadership

I’m on a mission to help security leaders earn the respect they deserve while getting the support they need to improve security. The challenge of earning respect for your leadership isn’t as easy as reading a book or taking a course. While those are good steps, it takes action that gets recognized, even sought out. […]

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