Enhance communication to achieve your goals
Drawing on years of experience in the corporate and academic world, Leslie Shore has identified and distilled the art and science of communication. She has presented to governmental organizations, corporations, civic groups and teaches at several universities in the Minneapolis area. Leslie has appeared on both radio and television and is a sought after communication expert.
Change is inevitable, struggle is optional.
Change is inevitable, struggle is optional. The landscape of business is ever shifting. Articulate and direct communication is essential to generating markets and profitability. The rhythm and depth of relationships is enhanced when we speak and listen to another. Leslie believes all people wish to live purposeful and successful lives. As such, listening effectiveness is at the core of all of her work. She works with organizations and individual clients to help them reach the next level of success through identifying their communication and interpersonal challenges and by providing multiple solutions.
As speaker, professor, and author, she works with corporations, nonprofits, entrepreneurs, and educational institutions in the development of inter-personal communication skills through workshops, facilitation, and training in listening, communication, and cultural/generational diversity.
Training and Coaching
As a consultant and trainer, Leslie challenges and inspires substantive and engaging conversation by tapping into the knowledge, expertise, and experiences of participants and by raising their current skills of interpersonal communication to a new and even higher level. No one leaves a session without adding to his or her personal and professional toolbox.
I’m Here to Help
A variety of services tailored to your needs.
- Delivering Workshops
- Providing Coaching
- Speaking at conferences, Lunch-and-Learns, and Keynotes
- Listen to Succeed Book and Listening Assessment Profile discounts (for purchases of 10 or more)
- Continuous access to timely communication articles