Robyn Hatcher’s Communication Rx is designed to help you develop healthy communication habits so you can go further faster.
No matter how incredibly skilled you are, if you don’t speak up; if your managers misread you, and if your colleagues don’t collaborate, chances are you won’t get the recognition, advancement, respect, and job security you deserve.
In this show, I share easy-to-implement prescriptions and remedies - strategies and techniques - to help you become confident owning and communicating your expertise and connecting and influencing others.
Each week we will cover an actionable technique to help you understand and engage different communication styles, improve your nonverbal skills, create better rapport, handle difficult conversations and easily influence, inspire and connect.
More about Robyn Hatcher:
Robyn Hatcher is a communication expert, international keynote speaker, coach, and consultant, whose mission is to create stronger personal brands, more inclusive communication cultures, and more engaging and powerful conversations and presentations.
She has successfully trained and coached thousands of business professionals from Fortune 500 companies and noteworthy brands - UBS, Equitable, Alliance Bernstein, Morgan Stanley, Lifetime Television, Jones New York, PayPal, Spotify, Con Edison, Hewlett Packard and many others.
Robyn is a vetted Vistage speaker and has spoken on hundreds of stages. She also serves as a mentor and faculty member for these women-run communities - Stand Out Webinars, EvolveMe, WiseHer, and Building Brave.
She has written several screenplays and was once a staff writer for ABC’s One Life to Live and All My Children. Robyn has been seen on Good Morning America, The List TV, and numerous TV commercials and episodic TV shows. She has served on the board of New York Women in Communication, Manhattan’s Community Board Five, and the New York Chapter of the National Speakers Association. In 2019, Robyn was named by Ewomen’s news as one of the 21 women of the 21st Century. Her book, Standing Ovation Presentations contains a unique communication-style system called ActorTypes.