Find Marilyn in the Media Spotlight
All it takes to be a leader, in name at least, is to hold the dominant position in a group, organization or location. However, this is a very simplified definition for a what a leader should be, let alone what a great leader is. Because the measure of a great leader has much less to do with how you define their role and more about their actual impact on others. Read more here…
Interview Title: You Can Get Back up When You Are Down with Marilyn Shannon Founder and Owner of Dialogue, Inc.”
“When I was in my 20’s I started a furniture store with my first husband, he wasn’t in the store much but he was a rep on the road but I thought oh I could do this so I started a furniture store here in north Carolina and we had it for about 8 or 9 years, when it comes to things like that, if somebody says to me do you want to, I say yea, and I figure I may not have all the answers but I’m going to learn as I go”…[Listen for More]
Marilyn Shannon presented her talk “The Invisible Lines Of Connection” to the State Human Resource leaders at the SHRM Conference in Asheville, NC
Communication Specialist Marilyn Shannon shares ways men and women in the workplace can increase their Gender IQ® to boost profits and enhance reputation. The free one-hour presentation is November 10th at Choice Co-Working Space in Raleigh.
Marilyn Shannon worked with the educators at the Pitt Community College Professional Development two day training called 4D – Enhancing a Culture withing an educational setting.
How you listen to what you don’t hear will make all the difference in your success in winning customers to your business. Greenville, NC entrepreneurs and small business owners attend Listen Up! The July 22nd round table discussion, hosted by Pitt Community College Small Business Center, features communication expert Marilyn Shannon to speak and facilitate a discussion on “Competitive Advantage Tactics: Listen Up! How to Successfully Win Customers to Your Business.”
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