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July 2011 Newsletter
Smart Talk
Who is Audrey?

Media Blitz

Goggle’s Project Oxygen:
How to Build a Better Boss
- part 2

In the June newsletter (missed it? Go to and hit tab “Newsletters”)

I discussed Goggle’s quest to “build a better manager.” They poured over performance reviews, feedback surveys and award nominations.

Here are final 4 traits Goggle revealed through their research:

5. Be a good communicator and listen to your team.

6. Help your employees with career development.

7. Have a clear vision and strategy for the team.

8. Have key technical skills so you can help advise the team.

Do these traits have a familiar feel?
Feel like they are reinventing the wheel?
They are just discovering what really never changes-characteristics of good management.

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Audrey Nelson PhD.
is an international trainer, key-note speaker, consultant and author who works with organizations to increase their productivity and profitability through winning communication strategies.

You can reach Audrey at
or at 303.448.1800 O -  303-448-1801 F - 303.448.1802 C


Audrey signed a contract for her third book with Pfeiffer an imprint of Wiley & Sons, Inc
Working title: The Gender Communication Handbook due on bookstore shelves Spring of 2012. It will be a hardback professional book that will be the source on gender communication.

mens arrow  Audrey was consulted for an article for June 2011 issue of Men’s Health magazine. Look for it on news stands! - Click here for article

arrowFederation of Corporate Council Leadership Institute
Victors without Victims:
July 26, 2011 - Williamsburg, Virginia

arrowStanford Hospital and Clinics
Victors without Victims:
August 26, 2011 - Palo Alto, California

arrowAmerican Society of Training and Development
Smart Talk:
September 13, 2011 - 11:30 am-1 pm
Embassy Suites, Colorado Springs
7290 Commerce Center Drive 80919

Have you checked out Audrey’s blogs?

Can Men Play the Negotiation Game better than Women? - click here to read

At First Blush- click here to read

Audrey recently conducted conflict management training for the USFS Region-6 Fire Leadership.

Audrey presented a keynote to ORACLE Women Leadership (OWL) on
Code Switching

Audrey has been asked to be the guest expert on communication and Code Switching bi-monthly for FOX Denver KWGN.

May 2011
Taming the Temper Tantrum Tyrant
Everyday Talk Show CW2
KWGN-TV, Denver
Click here for segment

April 2011
Everyday Talk Show CW2
KWGN-TV, Denver
Click here for segment
What People are saying about Audrey

Denver Metro Chamber
Your Generation or Mine? Managing the Generation Mix

Dr. Audrey Nelson was fabulous. One of the best seminars I have attended.

Great seminar. Dr Nelson brought a lot of information forward I was unaware of.
I loved the retro of the different generations.

I recently attended one of Audrey’s (Dr. Nelson’s) training seminars in Denver, Colorado covering generational management issues in the workplace.  I found the session to be extremely helpful to me in understanding the dynamics of managing multi-generational workers in a complex work environment.  Her mix of humor, case studies and educational content was perfect for the large class Dr. Nelson was teaching.  Many of the interactive breakout sessions provided both helpful information, and the ability to connect with professionals from other industries.
I would highly recommend Audrey as a trainer and speaker, and look forward to attending another of her sessions in the near future.

Paul Gregory
Founder and President
The Business Artisans

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Code Switching: How to Talk so Men will Listen
Claire Brown Ph.D. and Audrey Nelson Ph.D.
Penguin Group-Alpha Books
ISBN 978-1-59257-926-6

Code Switching: How to Talk so Men will Listen is a hands-on tool for everyday use at the office. It is a practical resource with how-to steps to help businesswomen conquer the communication nuances between men and women in the workplace. This book explores the gender impact on business talk. It teaches using true stories and case studies, while providing valuable “code-switching” tips to help women gain and strengthen credibility and make a greater impact on the job

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How to Talk so
Men will Listen -
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