Shari Harley
What They Say When You're Not There. (This program can also be title It's Your Career. Manage It!)

No one wants to hear that she isn't doing a good job. Thus no one wants to tell her. Telling your boss you're frustrated or aren't hitting your targets is even more difficult, and thus many of us don't. Worse, is that most feedback, positive or negative, is useless because it's vague. Get a simple formula to make even the most difficult conversation easier. Conversations will be short, specific and on point. They won't be personal. They will be actionable. You'll be able to say what you want to say, when you want to say it, in a way that the other person can hear you and take action.

How to Say Anything to Anyone: Setting Expectations for Powerful Working Relationships

You have a request for one of your co-workers but don't know how to say it, so you don't say anything. A project you worked on for six months has become a black hole. There is no information about the status. You're frustrated, but you don't say anything. Two employees aren't working well together. It's impacting the atmosphere in the office. You don't know what to say, so you don't say anything. Speaking up when we are frustrated is hard and, as a result, most of us don't. Instead, either we tell other people (aka gossip) or we say nothing, and relationships become strained. You can say anything to anyone and have it be easy. You just need to lay the ground work to do so, and most of us don't.

About Shari Harley

Shari Harley is the founder and President of Candid Culture, an international training and consulting firm that is bringing candor back to the workplace, making it easier to tell the truth at work. Managers tell employees the truth about their performance. Employees ask for what they need. Prospects tell you why they did or didn't hire you. Customers tell you how things are really going, giving you the chance to retain their business.

Shari is known globally as an engaging, funny, content-rich business speaker and author. She is the author of the book How to Say Anything to Anyone: A Guide to Building Business Relationships that Really Work, holds an MA in Communication and taught leadership at the University of Denver. Before launching Candid Culture, Shari led leadership development training for OppenheimerFunds, conducted customer service training for American Century Investments, and facilitated and sold programs for Dale Carnegie Training.

Shari's practical approach has led her to speak and train throughout the U.S. and in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Dubai, and Australia. Some of Shari's clients include: IBM, DirecTV, Noodles & Company, the U.S. Olympic Committee, Experian, the University of Colorado, the Environmental Protection Agency, the City of Denver, the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), and the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM).

From making meetings work and delegating better, to managing your career and saying anything to anyone, Shari's techniques are sure to delight and inform in a real, direct, and very funny way. Participants will be laughing while they're learning and will walk away with tools and techniques to transform any relationship.