- Communication Competencies
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Dene Rossouw is the principal and motivational coach at Possibil.com – helping you build your influence and inspire innovation at work. All programs and consulting has moved from AuthenticDialogue.com to Possibil.com.
Dene Rossouw is the principal and motivational coach at team Possibil – helping you build your influence and inspire innovation at work. Dene is a Past President of the Vancouver chapter of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers and is a Certified Executive Coach through Royal Roads University. He is a Certified Emotional Intelligence Facilitator and has the Associate Certificate in Workplace Conflict from the Justice Institute of British Columbia. He has a degree in Theology from the University of South Africa.
In my quest for living a more purposeful life, I have had to constantly re-invent myself and learn from past failures and successes. In a previous life I did my military training in the paratroopers [I have a fear of heights], I was a lifesaver [I am a terrible swimmer] and a preacher [I'm still figuring out what I believe]. I was once a media spokesperson for the Chief Justice of Nova Scotia. Go figure, I don’t have a law degree. And if you call me and you get voice mail, I’m most likely immersed in photography – see FotoMoods.com – learning about life and light through the lens.
My experience and eclectic background as a preacher, coach, author and photographer have led me to speak and coach about the art of inviting possibility by inspiring employee innovation and effecting real change through the power of authentic dialogue and compelling storytelling.
She draws on more than twenty-five years of specializing in people and leadership development in the private and public sectors, across a variety of industries.
For more than twenty years I’ve specialized in people and leadership development in the private and public sectors, across a variety of industries.
I learned my craft by first qualifying with a Drama Degree in 1979, followed by a post grad Honour’s Degree in Organizational Psychology in 1997.
In the late 80′s management development and assertive communication were my focus.
In the 90′s it shifted to organizational development and team-building, and during the last decade I’ve specialized in leadership development, congruence, self-empowerment and authentic engagement.
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Tracey works with leaders and managers to help them become better communicators. She has been a communications professional for more than 25 years in large and mid-sized profit and not-for-profit organizations.
Tracey has a passion for employee communications, recognition and engagement and enjoys creating communication solutions that help employees understand the business – that ultimately can lead to more discretionary effort and productivity.
Tracey loves telling stories (blurring the lines between real and made-up), cooking (also making it up as she goes along) and searching out and collecting wonderful quotes that make her laugh out loud (e.g. “I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.” Or, “It’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”)
Tracey has developed and facilitated workshops in leadership communication, coached senior leaders one-on-one and been a successful people leader herself for many years. An accredited member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), she has been a director on the Board four times and a speaker at both regional and international conferences on the topics of turning your leaders into communicators and handling information overload.
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