That's why you need tools to become an Influential Conversationalist. Your talent and know-how will be the best kept secret without the ability to communicate those skills to others.
Are you talking enough to get to where you really want to be in your career?
Here's what you'll discover as an Influential Conversationalist - daily interactions develop leadership potential. Follow the strategies outline by veteran sports broadcaster Jen Mueller and you'll be able to:
- Showcase your accomplishments and display confidence
- Develop a fan base at work that raises your profile and influence
- Communicate in a way that makes your conversations more effective
- Make yourself available for bigger opportunities
What People Are Saying About
The Influential Conversationalist
Jen developed the Influential Conversationalist approach after nearly two decades in professional sports locker rooms. Her workplace conversations require the ability to communicate in high leverage, real-time situations during live interviews with athletes from diverse backgrounds. She'll give you a different take on how to approach business communication, you can take it from these folks.
“I know the book is well-written and the points are well-made, because of the way Jen interviews and interacts with us. I know it's a great book to read.”
Seattle Seahawks Safety
“There are very few times in your life when you come across someone who 'gets it.' Jen is someone who 'gets it.' She asks the right questions, knows when the environment is necessary for a different approach. I would read the book because Jen gets it.”
Seattle Seahawks, Wide Receiver
“A lot of people just want to get the next story or write the next big thing, but Jen actually cares. She's a genuine person in the locker room. There's not too many people in this world who care, so if you've got that you already got my attention. I trust Jen and her approach because she cares.”
Seattle Seahawks, Linebacker
“Knowing how to talk to people, and more importantly, getting them to talk to you is vital to being a good sideline reporter. I've seen how Jen does this with players and experienced it first-hand being with her on the sidelines. If you want to understand how conversations build relationships, listen to Jen â€“ she's pretty dang good at it.”
NFL sideline reporter
“It's a given sideline reporters talk for a living. Not all them go out of their way to build relationships like Jen does. Being a great communicator is as much about listening as it is about creating great conversation. Jen is great at that. I've seen her use that skill many times and she's mastered it. It doesn't surprise me she shared her conversation strategies in this book because she wants others to succeed. I benefit from that on the sidelines with her and now you will too in The Influential Conversationalist.”
NFL sideline reporter