Heather Ramsey, MA, CPCC

Heather Ramsey is dedicated to helping individuals and teams define and fulfill their leadership development.  Her clients move forward fueled, not only by their vision, but also with the emotional intelligence to effectively navigate complex situations. Her education and experience is a complimentary mix of business, counseling and education. She is a Certified Professional Coach through the International Coach Federation with a B.S. in Business Management from Northeastern University and a Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University.

Currently located in Rome Italy Heather has cultivated and worked with executives all over the world. Some of her consulting and coaching clients have included Nike, SNHU, WEX, Skanska and Microsoft as well law firms, financial institutions, international manufacturing, engineering, nonprofits, healthcare, software, retail and small businesses.

Areas of Expertise: Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Customized Communication, Employee Motivation, Professional Brand Advancement, Public Speaking, Career Growth Strategy, Team Building, In-person & Virtual Training and Overseas Transitions.

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 Heather Ramsey’s Prepared Presentations:

Lead Like a Coach:
Utilizing Communication Tools to Enhance Your Management Effectiveness

Our leaders are tasked with trying to not only reach optimal productivity but also retain staff and ensure high moral. Many of these managers have never been trained on how to connect with people in a way that cuts through the noise and leads to more powerful and productive conversations.

Being an Influencer:
Creating Impact That Promotes Positive Change

It’s all about impact and increasing our ability to inspire action in our teams, organizations and communities. Explore what it takes to more powerfully step forward as a true influencer. You will learn to define what it is to be an influencer, understand an influencer model and hear real life examples of influencers.

Ensuring Employee Connectivity Over Multiple Locations:
Building Better Relationships Virtually

In this session, participants will determine ways to design alliances with remote employees ensuring two-way communication by setting clear expectations, involving remote employees in more meaningful ways and increasing the ability to have powerful conversations.

Inclusivity:
Promoting Diversity at Your Table

Setting focus to how we are bringing different viewpoints, people and energy to our teams. How can we help encourage others to be heard so that critical thinking and problem solving is at its’ best? Leave with 5 ways you and your team can open up opportunities and conversations in a powerful way.

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