Define your identity & strengths: It’s about language.
Enter the conversation & share your unique perspectives: It’s about language.
Make a positive impact in the world: It’s about language.
Empowering & coaching educators, learners & businesses: It’s about language! It’s my life’s commitment, work & podcast.
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Episode 101 – The Costs of Ignoring Language and Culture: Bennett Whitehouse (Risk Analyst)
In an eye-opening conversation, this week’s guest Bennett Whitehouse, a risk analyst for the insurance industry, connects language and communication with costs of doing business – and human costs, too.
Thank you for always focusing on the possibilities, opportunities and the power of language and what it can do for us individually - and collectively!
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You have an immense talent to draw the best from your participants.
Norah knows how to LISTEN - she really "hears" the message - and the interview is richer because of it. New questions come from the hearing.
Through Language We Name Our Worth
Without the words to understand and accept ourselves and others, we spiral into despair and conflict.
Language Down Deep
Memory loss is no match for the power of sharing the language of one’s childhood and youth.
OK, I Can’t Resist: Love
The very sound of the word love, like the human experience, has remained as steady as the human need over millennia.