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Meg AndersonMeg Anderson

Communication Skills, Leadership Development, Diversity, Mediation and Conflict Resolution

Meg is a dynamic public speaker and group leader whose extensive experience includes training facilitation for financial industry giants, major law firms, top-tier retailers, and internationally-ranked medical institutions. Training clients include highest-level executives, attorneys, doctors, and other professionals, in groups ranging from 6 to 600. Meg is an exceptional communicator with the ability to create excitement around training objectives, disarm resistance, and leverage group dynamics to increase buy-in and anchor participant ownership of organisational goals.

Specialisations
Meg specialises in facilitating programs for Fortune 500 clients in diversity & inclusion, leadership, and professional codes of conduct, utilizing a highly successful, interactive format in which professional trainers and actors perform scripted scenarios and Q & A in a facilitated discussion with program participants. Her clients include Harvard Business School, Goldman Sachs, JPMorganChase, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Greenwich Capital, Wharton School of Business, MIT, NYU, Coach, Macy’s, Allen & Overy, and Sherman & Sterling, among others.

Professional Experience
Meg has used her acting experience over the past 10 years to develop specific training courses, role plays, theatre games based training as well as well as individual coaching with senior management for executive presence and sales effectiveness. Meg also uses her expertise to train and coach executives in public speaking and presentation.

Education
B.S. in Communication and Conflict Resolution Hunter College, Magna Cum Laude (2006).

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Key sessions include:
Personal Impact, Presence and Influence
Professional Negotiating Techniques
Advanced and Basic Selling Skills
Presentation Skills for Quivering Wrecks
Virtual Leadership and Management Skills
Networking Skills - How to “Work a Room”
Sales Management
Exhibition Skills Training
Cold Calling for Chickens

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