"If you can't write, you won't rise," says leadership communicator Tanya Brockett. To shine in leadership positions, you have to be able to communicate—well. “Writing well is leading well,” says consultant Tim Clark. There are several key benefits and connections between writing well and being an effective leader. This program makes those connections and provides tips and strategies for communicating more effectively as a leader. In keynotes and large presentations, she informs and inspires the audience to reach for their best words. In corporate training events, Tanya Brockett can take audiences through relevant exercises specific to their niche to illustrate the points and to put theory into practice. Hire Tanya to present this program to your leadership development program participants, key employees, marketing teams, human resource leaders, and communication teams. "A leader who cannot communicate well using written words is going to be severely handicapped."—Mark Shead Tanya shares five steps to more effective communication that will help your management teams communicate clear, concise, and relevant messages that lead to better results. Connect with Tanya to help your team understand the importance of effective written communication so they can be more successful in their current and future roles.