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How To Use Fewer Words For The Best Results
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Val Wright -- Global Leadership and Innovation Expert Val Wright -- Global Leadership and Innovation Expert
For Immediate Release:
Dateline: Los Angeles , CA
Tuesday, June 25, 2019

 

If a CMO of a complex global $10B+ company can write their strategy on one page, why can’t you?

One of my clients created a placemat for her CEO to review her new strategy. All on one page.

It is an art using fewer words.

You don’t need a 120 page deck to convey your message.

You do need to speak at the right altitude for your audience.

Your board needs your point of recommendation, not your endless debate.

Be clear on the intent of your conversation and state it to prevent crossed wires.

State the headline first, your audience will ask you for the detail they need next.

Don’t use a paragraph when a sentence will do.

Don’t use a sentence when one word will do.

Don’t use a word when silence will do.

I’ll stop now.

Dedicated to growing your business,

Val

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  Val Wright is a recognized leadership and organization expert. Working with Xbox, Microsoft, Amazon and LinkedIn, she has spent the last 20 years partnering with executives to accelerate growth and gain market superiority across the the games, technology, retail and e-commerce industries.

She is know for telling leaders what they need to hear, not what they want to hear. Leaders seek her out when they need to accelerate their business results, build organizations, develop leaders and create world-class people strategies. Val is a dynamic speaker who will provoke, inspire and provide immediate value to your audience. She has been quoted in Fast Company, E-commerce times, Yahoo.com, Aol.com, usnews.com, NJ.com, TheNetworkJournal.com and TechNerwsWorld.com.

 
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