Do you have a leadership message?

Today on the show, we welcome communication expert and public speaking coach, Robin Konie.
This episode is all about building a powerful leadership message that allows you to communicate your vision confidently while staying true to yourself! 

Throughout the conversation, you will hear Laura and Robin talk about how to achieve clarity and authenticity in your communication (verbal and physical), what visibility and leadership have in common, how to align your message with your core values, and so much more.

Thank you for tuning in! If you haven’t listened to episode 27 where Laura and Vivian Acquah delve into the different angles of inclusive leadership, then go back and check it out!

In this episode, we cover:
-How to use your values and expertise to motivate and build trust with your team.
-What a movement analyst is.
-What diamond idea is and how to use it to impact others.
-Mistakes leaders are making when crafting their message.
-Overcoming limiting beliefs as an introvert leader.

Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
-Ready to create the impact you want through your authentic leadership? Join the You Belong in The C-Suite coaching program to gain clarity on your values, create and stick to boundaries to live the life you want!
-Connect with Robin on Instagram @robinkonieTwitter, and LinkedIn.
-Or visit her website at to check out her program, The Expert Maker, and her FREE GUIDE that walks leaders through the process of taking their big ideas and refining them into shareable, action-driven messages.

Connect with Laura:
-Follow The Catch Group on LinkedIn.
-Follow the show on Instagram @thecatchgroup.
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More about Robin Konie:

Robin Konie is a public speaking coach and communication expert. She uses her skills as a certified movement analyst, copywriter, and marketer to help leaders become trusted experts.

After graduating with an MFA in Modern Dance from The University of Utah, Robin assumed her career would be fairly straightforward as a university professor. But after five years of teaching in higher education, she decided to leave her safe job and start her first business.

Since then, she has authored six books, written over 400 articles to an online audience of more than 20 million people, and spoken at national conferences and virtual summits. She’s built and successfully sold three businesses and has been featured in major publications like Better Marketing and The Wall Street Journal. She’s a TEDx speaker, mom of two, and makes a killer chocolate chip cookie.

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