Voice Lessons: Having Hard Conversations in a Multigenerational Workplace

February 13, 2020

Read Jennifer's interview with The Register, Ontario public school's magazine for Principals and Vice Principals.

Excerpt:

From her office in sunny Palo Alto, California, international communications consultant and well-respected author Jennifer Abrams, spoke with The Register about her work navigating the challenges of multigenerational conversations. Recognized as one of teh “21 Women all K-12 Educators Need to Know,” Abrams’ expertise as a “voice coach” – helping others learn how to best use their voice, whether collaborating on a team, presenting to an audience or supervising and guiding employees – has made her an expert in guiding challenging conversations across the spectrum of ages.

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About Jennifer Abrams

Jennifer has been recognized as one of "21 Women All K-12 Educators Need to Know" by Education Week's 'Finding Common Ground' blog. She considers herself a "voice coach," helping others learn how to best use their voices – be it collaborating on a team, facilitating a group, coaching a colleague, supervising an employee and being an all around better human being in all types of interactions.

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    A thousand things are unspoken, implicit, buried in our educational lives. The invisibility of issues enforces the ineffective status quo. Change–personal, educational, institutional–requires that we speak OUT LOUD about what we know and believe. Jennifer Abrams brings decades of experience and years of training across the world to this usually overlooked essential act of finding our effective voice about what matters around learning.

    Eric Booth, renowned art educator and author of Tending the Perennials: The Art and Spirit of a Personal Religion and The Everyday Work of Art: Awakening the Extraordinary in Your Daily Life