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Do You Hear What I Hear

Saturday, April 5, 2014

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Guest:

Nancy AnshelesNancy Ansheles
Owner/Founder
Catalyst & Company

Do You Hear What I Hear –

Nancy sparks learning for leaders and employees on workplace communication skills to help her clients achieve results, build relationships, and increase engagement. Her passion and expertise covers such topics as delivering powerful presentations, leading effective meetings, managing difficult conversations, and providing spectacular customer service.

Nancy has a vast and always expanding mix of education and experience that has made her valuable to more than 175 businesses, state agencies, and nonprofits for more than 20 years.

Catalyst & Company offers customized program development based on careful data gathering, research, and an investment in ensuring the specific needs of each client are met. Programs are developed for lasting impact – creatively designed to engage each group and resonate with the company culture.

Nancy’s education includes: a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication from James Madison University, and a Masters of Human Resource Education from Boston University. She is also a qualified Myers Briggs Type Indicator instructor

Nancy loves what she does and brings her natural enthusiasm and compassion to all her work.

Her clients call her “human and humorous”, “authentic”, “knowledgeable”, and a “most trusted resource.”