Kath O'Sullivan is a writer, editor and facilitator who helps individuals and businesses tell their stories. She is fascinated by the role of storytelling in the search for meaning and the (re)creation of identity.
Kath has an unshakable faith in the healing and redemptive powers of stories, and their ability to connect us to our fellows. She helps people find their authentic voice and use it to explore, share or create the stories of who they are. She writes, edits and facilitates all kinds of communication and storytelling projects.
To be ourselves we must have ourselves - possess, if need be re-possess, our life stories. We must 'recollect' ourselves, recollect the inner drama, the narratives of ourselves. A man needs such a narrative, a continuous inner narrative, to maintain his i
Do you ever get stuck trying to communicate a certain understanding of something? No matter what you say or how hard you try to make yourself plain, the person on the other end is just not getting it. So why aren't you having effective communication?
Have you noticed how many 'fixers' there are out there? These are the people who can’t wait to give you advice at the first sign of any uncertainty. But can someone else really have answers which will make your life perfect?
You don't need psychic powers to work well with your clients, but you do need to be an effective communicator. Here are five steps that will make a huge difference to your business communication skills... and take away the guess work for good.