What We Do…
To create equity in the workplace, we help women in business communicate effectively with the world -- and we help men communicate with women in business!
Women & men communicate differently and often struggle to come up with new ideas, share visions, create strategies & implement plans together. For so long we have focused on D&I with little meaningful result. Effective communication paves the way for the ultimate goal, equity.
We help professionals learn effective communication practices, nonverbal & verbal — including binary language. We make recommendations for achieving equity in your written communications, taking note of client-centric messaging. We help you to change the workplace by focusing on individual behavior, not just corporate culture. By communicating effectively you’ll make great strides in achieving equity in the workplace.
Our clients learn more about various communications gaining the tools they need to attract, retain & expand relationships with colleagues and clients, creating equity in the workplace — and the world!
How We Do It…
We start by assessing the client’s needs, asking powerful questions that unveil, validate, reveal and confirm what we have learned. We strive to know as much about our clients’ industry, company, goals and priorities as they do. Then, we ask, “Why”?
Communications & Business Development:
> Talking While Female: Understanding Gender-Based Communications
> Armor-Up: Combating Gender Bias (workshop)
> What Your Personality “Says” (workshop)
> The Art & Science of Persuasion
> Pitching v. Proposing (workshop)
> Questions Are Often More Meaningful Than Answers (workshop)
> The Three Rs: Reputation, Relationships & Responsiveness
> Networking Naturally is Not Really Networking (workshop)
> Rules of Engagement: The Practice of Transformational Leadership
> LinkedIn for Lawyers
> 21 Tips for Marketing (workshop)
> Content via traditional & digital multimedia
> Strategic marketing communications plans
Freeman Means Business hosts “Wonder Women in Business" podcasts serve to raise awareness about the great things incredible women in business are doing to serve others. We write about the podcasts in the blog on the website and then share them with social media. The podcasts are carried by Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Spotify, Anchor, Google Podcasts, Breaker, RadioPublic and other podcast channels on the web.