Science, Engineering and Technology Communication and Storytelling
Public Speaking and Presentation
Storytelling for Sales Teams
Unconscious Bias and Gender Communication
"Put simply, Bridget is brilliant in her ability to take the words that you say and craft a story that really resonates with your audience. Her persistence helps you refine your thoughts until you've got the best version of you and your message to deliver. I have seen her do it with the Chief Medical Officer of a major NY hospital, (who then sealed a deal he'd been working on for 2 years!); I've seen her do it with a Board of Directors, (who had struggled for months to figure out how to tell the complex story of their company); and I've seen her do it with me. And she is sneaky, because she uses elements of improvisation, and these executives, don't even know it. In my case, I've never felt more confident and prepared to deliver a keynote than after working with Bridget, and I tell every person who compliments me on my speeches who I learned it from."
--Kimberly Hartsfield, Chief Data Officer, TractManager, Dallas, TX
“Bridget is the perfect coach for a presenter with a wealth of knowledge and a host of personal experiences. If you’re that person, you need Bridget. Why? Because she’s a push-pull expert. She pushes you to hone, refine and distill your ideas. She pushes you toward the message that will be most relevant to your audience. Meanwhile, she pulls you toward the most powerful storyline possible. She pulls you toward a rhythm and timing and sequencing that will ensure maximum impact. In a nutshell, she coaches content, sequencing, and delivery in ways that ensure that YOU and your message shine through.”
--Dr. Theresa Coble, Ph.D., University of Missouri, St. Louis, TEDx Gateway Arch Ripple Effect, October, 2017
Communication Training that improves clarity...
We develop your ability to tell Powerful Stories which create connection, learning and empowerment.
We make clear the stories that you do not realize you have by uncovering the Hidden Stories which create bias, disconnection and inequity.
Which story do you need to make clear?