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Rachel Groves Harner

Rachel Groves Harner

Managing Director South-Central and Northwest Regions USA


Dallas/Fort Worth Area, us

I strive to clearly understand the drivers in my client company's quest for success. Through this understanding I can help clients link improvement in individual's personal communication, presence, Socratic sales skills and leadership influence to goal attainment in succession planning, engagement, retention and higher produ...



Managing Director South-Central and Northwest Regions USA


Communispond develops the voice of business professionals by training organizations worldwide. Some people are born with speaking talent, but most need training to acquire the skills necessary to be a truly compelling, captivating, and persuasive communicator.


Since 1969, we've helped more than 700,000 professionals, including professionals from hundreds of Fortune 500 companies, improve their ability to communicate by addressing communication issues such as:

Lack of communication confidence ■ Un-engaging presentations ■ Lack of communication skills in a stressful situation ■ Poor communication skills when presenting with visuals and/or tablets ■ Lack of confidence fielding questions ■ Ability to influence without authority

All of our programs are delivered by highly experienced, certified faculty. Our programs are designed to teach practical skills that can be used on the job immediately.

Areas of expertise:
Executive Presentation Skills ■ Presenting with Tablets ■ Sales Presentation Skills ■ Selling by Phone ■ Socratic Selling Skills ■ Customized Solutions ■ Digital Learning ■ Interpersonal Communication Skills ■ Persuasion ■ Call Center Training ■ Writing Skills ■ Business Fundamentals ■ Executive Communication Coaching

I look forward to connecting with you - feel free to contact me at - or 888.616.8029

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