Introducing ‘Dear Latimer,’ A Communications Advice Column for Our Latimer Group Community

Hello friends,

Our blog remains our primary form of regular communication with all of you, and the activity on our site is something we are really proud of. We also enjoy it when a reader reaches out with a comment or a question, which happens all the time. But as we have reviewed our site and the ways in which we connect with our community, one of the opportunities we saw was enhancing that two-way dialogue.

So, to that end, we are proud to introduce a new element to our conversation with you. On the right-hand side of each page of our blog – on the main page, and for every individual blog post – you will find a ‘Dear Latimer’ box, ready to accept your queries. You may have to scroll down a little… but ‘Dear Latimer’ will be there.

As you go about your day or while you are reading our missives, if you find yourself asking communication-focused questions and seeking answers, reach out to us via ‘Dear Latimer’ and we will give you our best answers.

For example, do you ever wonder…

How to move your issue up your boss’s priority list?

How to manage the colleague who always interrupts and diverts the conversation?

How to deliver an effective presentation with text-heavy compliance-regulated slides?

How to make sure your key audience is listening during your virtual meeting?

These are the kinds of questions we answer all the time during our workshops, and now we are bringing your questions and our answers to our blog to share our insights with the entire Latimer Group community.

So, fire away those questions, and when appropriate we will share your questions and our answers in the blog itself. Or, if the question is more appropriate to be answered privately back to you, we will of course honor that.

Thank you all in advance for helping us provide recommendations, solutions, and support to the many questions and challenges that arise in workplace communication.

We look forward to the conversation.

~The Latimer Group Team

Does your team:
– Take too long to make decision?
– Fail to ask for what it wants or needs from you?
– Make things too complicated?
– Deliver unconvincing or disorganized presentations?
– Have new hires who are unprepared to communicate in the workplace?

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Dean Brenner

A book about change

The Latimer Group’s CEO Dean Brenner is a noted keynote speaker and author on the subject of persuasive communication. He has written three books, including Persuaded, in which he details how communication can transform organizations into highly effective, creative, transparent environments that succeed at every level.