Carol Bergeron is a consultant, coach, facilitator, speaker, author, and the President of Bergeron Associates™. Carol launched the firm in 1998 after more than fifteen years in senior leadership corporate positions with a focus on human capital management. Today, Carol helps clients achieve their strategic goals by transforming leaders into resilient talent magnets who get business results through organizational effectiveness and talent solutions such as: strategic workforce planning & integration, people succession, leadership development, and change management. She can best be reached by visiting her website at www.bergeronassociates.com.
The most successful people in the world share a common characteristic. What’s their secret? They look at the triumphs and tribulations of their lives as opportunities to learn and grow. They reflect on their personal moments to guide them along the way. And, they see the lessons in these moments as wisdom to share with others.
Each week, in her wildly popular weekly blog, “Thoughts for Tuesday,” bestselling business author and CEO coach Suzanne Bates has been doing just that – sharing everyday experiences and translating them into stories that inspire her readers. As a speaker, leadership coach, CEO, and former award-winning television news anchor, Suzanne has a unique lens through which she views life’s little moments. This anthology of Thoughts for Tuesday “fan favorites” will make you laugh, cry, and reflect. Suzanne shares compelling, inspirational, and sometimes humorous stories that will make you look back at your own personal experiences through a whole new lens.
An award-winning news anchor presents methods for better communication in any business environment
During her 20 years in broadcasting, award-winning news anchor Suzanne Bates conducted more than 10,000 interviews, during which she witnessed business leaders, politicians, and celebrities at their best and worst. Now a top CEO communication coach, Bates is renowned for her uncanny ability to transform even the shyest oratorical mouse into a public-speaking lion. In Speak Like a CEO, Bates:
Reveals the secrets for communicating in any situation
Describes simple techniques for acing speeches, presentations, media interviews, Q&A sessions, business meetings, and more
Outlines self-improvement plans that can easily be customized to your needs
Shares secrets from top leaders, including Mario Cuomo’s technique for overcoming stage fright and Colin Powell’s secret for projecting authenticity
About a century ago, Dean John Wigmore, Northwestern University School of Law, hypothesized that if “there is ever devised a psychological test for the valuation of witnesses, the law will run to meet it.” But his prophesy has yet to prove itself. In fact, it often seems that the law has been running away from the polygraph. In his new book, Ken Blackstone explains that this has less to do with the validity of the polygraph and more to do with the lack of a bright line between forensic and utility polygraph.