Communicator of the Week Award
(Companies & organisations I have delivered coaching or training workshops for)
Hi, I’m Kolarele,
I am a Communication SuperSkills Coach working with executives, entrepreneurs, companies, and organisations to help them develop outstanding communication skills. The one thing more important than doing a good job is being able to communicate with impact so that you can persuade, inspire and move people to action.
Whenever you are ready to start working on your communication skills, book your free Strategy Session with me. We’ll discuss:
What you struggle with the most when it comes to your communication skills
what impact this is having on your career or business
how I can help
The academic staff and students were all very impressed and inspired to work on their own presenting style. It has been very easy to work with Kolarele and I would recommend him and his work as a very worthwhile investment!
I was keen to ensure that my delivery was authentic and aligned to my own style and the insights from Kolarele were exactly what I needed for that.
Kolarele was an invaluable resource in helping me articulate our clarified and user-friendly organizational objectives, and he also helped me in presenting this to the rest of the organsiation at all levels. Great value for money too!
Kolarele has an engaging manner with a delivery style that is thoughtful and deliberate. I highly recommend him as a coach.
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