Marion Grobb Finkelstein is an award-winning communication expert of 30 years plus and a former Director of Communications at national museums, international experts and federal departments.
She helps associations, non-profit groups and corporate clients improve their workplace communication. Through her interactive workshops and keynotes, MarionSpeaks.com you gain powerful strategies to better connect with employees, bosses, clients and colleagues.
Listen in as Pat Iyer and Marion Grobb Finkelstein chat about these points
- Tips for the introverts and extroverts
- How introverts and extroverts get their energy from different places.
- How extroverts and introverts enjoy expert witness testimony and the work in different ways
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In 2007, the Association of Professional Executives of the Public Service of Canada presented Marion with the “Award for Leadership in Service Innovation” as a member of the team “OPERATION TIM HORTONS”. Specifically, she was recognized for overseeing the communications associated with establishing the first-ever Tim Hortons coffee outlet in Kandahar Airfield for the Canadian Forces and allied forces in Afghanistan.
Living in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Marion travels across Canada to share with her clients practical, powerful and proven workplace communication strategies to get faster, easier and better results
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