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Linda Sherwin

Linda Sherwin has over 20 years extensive experience in corporate facilitations, coaching, keynotes and presentations in domestic and international markets. Known for her passionate presentation style and high energy, Linda teaches her clients how to tap into their own personal effectiveness to improve the bottomline by encouraging authentic communication at all levels of the organization. Linda is a published author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller All the Workplace is a Stage: Acting Techniques to Create Award-Winning Business Performance.

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But which one is the REAL me?

By Linda Sherwin / September 23, 2018

People ask me all the time “If I am taking on a “role” isn’t that being deceitful?” And the answer is “NO.” That’s why is so important to identify the roles that you really ARE, that you portray throughout your day – in both your business and in your personal world. As I mention in […]

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Let’s talk about non-verbal communication

By Linda Sherwin / September 16, 2018

Have you ever met someone for the first time and immediately felt eager to get to know the person or suddenly wanted to run away? What’s going on you may ask? Well, actually you are picking up the full communication from that person which might be positive or negative. People in sales or customer service […]

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Who ARE you?

By Linda Sherwin / September 9, 2018

Have you ever stopped and really thought about it? So many of us tend to define ourselves by WHAT we DO.  I’m a manager, an engineer, a nurse, an admin, a programmer, a gardener, a pilot, a scientist, an author, a farmer, a technician.  And we could go on and on. While these are certainly […]

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Ever have one of those days?

By Linda Sherwin / September 2, 2018

Everything goes wrong!  You wake up late! Spill your breakfast on yourself! It’s summer and the A/C isn’t working! Get caught in a traffic jam! And then you get to work! And everything that has happened up to that point is whirling through your mind! How do you think that affects you and your interactions […]

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Communications Is More Than Just Words

By Linda Sherwin / August 26, 2018

Did you know that you have anywhere from one tenth of a second to seven seconds to make a first impression? Communication Is More Than Just Words just launched! It provides a holistic approach to the communication process and can help you make a great first impression every time! This program features easy, practical tools […]

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What a Few of My Past Clients Have to Say About Working with Me

By Linda Sherwin / August 19, 2018

Sweaty palms. Butterflies in your tummy. Feeling of dread. I so enjoy sharing what I know and how I can help you become a better communicator. And, sometimes it’s better to hear it from others. Here’s what a few past clients had to say about working with me: “Linda is an outstanding coach. In our […]

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Three Common Questions About Communication, One Easy Way to Get Answers

By Linda Sherwin / August 12, 2018

Did you know I wrote a #1 Amazon best seller? Inside my book All the Workplace is a Stage: Acting Techniques to Create Award-Winning Business Performance, I share how to tap into your own personal effectiveness and individual strength. I also answer… How do you use your individual strengths to motivate and lead? How do […]

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One Way To Use A Tried and True Acting Technique…

By Linda Sherwin / August 5, 2018

“Think of the tone of voice that you use. Take a single word – the word “great” – and say it in a number of different ways. Say it so it sounds good. Say it sarcastically, angrily, playfully, with surprise, with boredom, with excitement, and as a question. Just think of it, one word, and […]

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What are You Communicating?

By Linda Sherwin / July 29, 2018

“Who you are speaks so loudly, I can’t hear what you’re saying.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson What does this picture say to you? Whether you know the circumstances or not, what does this “communication” say to you? Notice the body language: the facial expression, the eyes, the mouth, the hand gesture. Look further at the […]

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