Love the books especially the last one. Wish I had them the 1st time around. Would have saved a lot of trial and error.
John Hogg, Supply Today
we tend to concentrate on what we are good at (e.g. being brilliant at unravelling the secrets of theUniverse), and downplay the importance and utility of things we might not be good at (e.g. engaging in politics, being good at communicating with and influencing people, taking on effective leadership roles).
Cindy suggested specific techniques that assisted in building rapport with people, and in enabling me to present in potentially stressful or even hostile environments while maintaining effectiveness
In 20 minutes during our call, my issue was accurately diagnosed, a simple yet powerful solution proposed, and I left our session with clarity and purpose – I was on a mission! Within minutes of that call, I had put Cindy’s recommendation into action, and received the response I most wanted. It was like magic! Cindy has the most remarkable acuity in reading situations and people with exceptional speed, and cutting through crap to get to the best way forward.
I loved your clear and succinct responses to questions and the fact that it is second nature for you to give examples to elucidate your statements -i.e. the information was grounded in experience. Having a resource library of your own –so to speak also made this interesting and gave increased credibility and validity to the audio presentation
Roslyn Heywood, Education Consultant