Your leaders may not be as influential as they think they are! Stacey Hanke challenges leaders to stop believing how they feel when they communicate or their titles determine the level of influence they have on those they lead. These misperceptions prevent them from being heard, reaching a call to action and creating a reputation they're proud of Monday to Monday. Stacey helps individuals eliminate the static that plagues communicative delivery to persuade, sell, influence or simply effectively communicate face-to-face with a clear message. Throughout her career, she has trained more than 15,000 people to conquer public-speaking fears, rid themselves of bad body language habits and choose words wisely. She has delivered over 500 presentations to business leaders, from the financial industry to the health-care industry to government and everyone in-between. Her client list is vast, including Coca-Cola Refreshments, FedEx, General Mills, Cardinal Health, Kohl's, the U.S. Army and Navy, Nationwide, Leo Burnett and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Stacey is co-author of Yes You Can! Everything You Need From A to Z to Influence Others to Take Action. Book #2, Influence Redefined...Be the Leader You Were Meant to Be, Monday to Monday, will be published in February 2017! She has inspired thousands as a featured guest on numerous radio interviews nationwide. She has been featured in numerous articles and interviews in the national media: The New York Times, Smart Money, Businessweek.com, The Balancing Act on Lifetime Network, WGN Chicago and WLS-AM Chicago. Her area of expertise lies in offering practical skills and techniques that build confidence and credibility to leadership, client relationships and personal lives. She helps individuals change their communication behavior to maximize performance, build relationships to win business and put more money in their pocket. She is also a: - 2009 Recipient of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Alumni Award - Member of the National Speakers Association. Stacey was one of six speakers selected to present at the 2008 NSA Convention in the category "Top Six Under Forty"