Because Leadership is a constant conversation

LEADING WITH CLEARPOINT

Leaders are always communicating — not only what they say, but how they say it. Voicetone. Body language. Facial expression. That’s why we at ClearPoint call leadership “a constant  conversation.” Communications and leadership are inextricably linked.

Our singular mission is to transform leaders — and aspiring leaders — into superb communicators. So whether it’s nailing a high-stakes presentation, influencing a board, winning a bid, driving a meeting or boosting executive “presence,” ClearPoint can help.

MASTERING the “CONSTANT CONVERSATION”

ClearPoint takes a results-driven approach to its work. Our coaches — many former executives themselves — passionately focus on the way their clients think, feel, listenspeak, write, and act in their workplace.

They then apply in-depth research, cutting-edge techniques, and customized drills to foster improvements in both communication and leadership. Some call it corporate coaching. We call it sharing the art — and science — of the “constant conversation.”

We do our work live and through video. Click below to see excerpts from one of our most popular ClearPoint training videos.

 

EVERYTHING I KNOW ABOUT EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONS I LEARNED FROM CLEARPOINT.

SENIOR EXECUTIVE, BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB

Coaching, Clinics and Courses

Designed using time-tested principles of communications and adult learning, ClearPoint’s core offerings — coaching, clinics and courses — are hands-on affairs that deeply engage our
clients in a variety of leadership topics such as:

  • Acquiring “the power of presence”
  • Mastering “conversational command”
  • Driving a productive meeting
  • Delivering a persuasive presentation
  • Staying “on message”
  • Conquering the challenge of answering tough questions
  • Improving internal management and team performance

Coaching

Coaching focuses on identifying weaknesses,
maximizing strengths, and discovering the
hidden potential in each individual — and
guarantees tangible change as a result

Clinics

Clinics give teams, task forces, and smaller
groups the chance to experiment with select
skills — presenting, Q&A, or media training,
for example — through exercises and drills.

Courses

Courses are daylong (and longer) programs
designed to help departments, divisions or other
larger groups deeply explore a major theme.
Learn more about our most popular courses.