Today’s guest focuses on the communication side of leadership.

Through her warmth and humor, she helps people to become better communicators, influencers and leaders. They recognize gaps, build on strengths, and become more effective professionals.

Over the last 10 years, she has worked with clients across a variety of sectors to enhance their performance and workplace influence. Her clients have included AirBnB, Bank of America, Microsoft, Nestlé, and Visa.

She is the founder of Forte Consulting inspiring extraordinary performances from individuals and teams.

Please join me in welcoming Hope Timberlake.

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Hope Timberlake shares her journey from childhood leadership roles to entrepreneurship, emphasizing the power of effective communication, mentorship, and community connections.

In this episode we discuss:

🌟 Leadership is a combination of having a clear purpose, team focus, and effective communication, as shared by Hope.

🌟 Her journey from childhood leadership roles to entrepreneurship highlights the importance of mentorship in career development.

🌟 Balancing entrepreneurship and motherhood, Hope's experience with a baby boot camp franchise emphasizes vulnerability and growth.

🌟 The significance of community connections for success, both as a parent and an entrepreneur, is a key takeaway from her insights.

Uncover the secrets of leadership and communication from Hope Timberlake – where every word is worth its weight in gold!

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Who is Robbie Samuels?

🟧 I'm an event design consultant and executive Zoom producer, with a passion for creating engaging and unforgettable experiences. With two decades of experience in the meetings and events industry, I have honed my skills in designing and executing events that leave a lasting impression.

I partner with speakers and in-house event teams to design inclusive, engaging, and transformative events, whether virtual, in-person, or hybrid. I help them overcome common virtual meeting mistakes to increase engagement and sales.

🟧 I have published three books to share my expertise. Collectively they have received over 650 Amazon reviews and reached #1 Best Seller in 29 paid categories in the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Australia.

I coach entrepreneurs to launch their books with a plan that builds a pipeline for new revenue based on prospects from their own network and results in 50+ Amazon reviews.

🟧 You're welcome to download the bonus content for each of my three books:

📚 “Break Out of Boredom: Low-Tech Solutions for Highly Engaging Zoom Events” – http://www.BreakOutofBoredom.com

📚 “Small List, Big Results: Launch a Successful Offer No Matter the Size of Your Email List” – http://www.SmallListBigResults.com.

📚 “Croissants vs. Bagels: Strategic, Effective, and Inclusive Networking at Conferences” – http://www.CroissantsvsBagels.com.

🎙️ I am passionate about sharing my knowledge and experience with others, and I regularly speak at industry events and offer consulting services to help organizations and speakers achieve success in their own virtual or in-person events.

🎙️ Do you have a podcast or host live interviews? I am looking for opportunities to share my business success story and strategies.

I've been featured in NPR, Forbes, Fast Company, HBR, Lifehacker, Inc., and other high-profile publications as a networking expert and expert in virtual event design.

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WANT TO CHAT? robbie@robbiesamuels.com | 617-600-8240 | www.robbiesamuels.com

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