#WoMRadio Business Spotlight – The Bolder Co. & their Executive Influence Workshop

The Bolder Company connects individuals to themselves, to each other, and to the futures of their organizations. Their programs act as catalysts for the lasting behavioral change that empowers individuals and businesses to thrive.

Founding Partners  Ellen Feldman Ornato and Jenny Drescher have developed programs that bridge the gap between how people want to behave and how they actually behave, freeing people to live powerfully and to find joy in the work that they perform.

The Bolder Company’s most popular programs focus on building the essential workplace skills of listening, clear communication, and team dynamics of executives and emerging leaders. Their clients come from heavy industry (architecture, engineering & construction), municipal, and non-profit sectors.

Their Executive Influence Workshop is in Hartford CT on Wednesday May 23rd.  They are also in Albany, NY on Wednesday June 6th.

Outstanding leaders inspire action, listen deeply, build connection, and can flex their behavior to meet the needs of any situation. How to develop and strengthen these skills is the core challenge of any individual or organization that seeks maximum effectiveness. Combining applied theatre and improv work with foundational organizational development tools, the experiential workshop will focus on building spontaneity, curiosity, listening, and executive presence skills to help you lead and grow in business. This full-day session runs 8:30-4:00 and include light breakfast, lunch, and all workshop materials. Strengthen listening and awareness muscles. Increase your ability to make choices and offer suggestions based on what is needed in the moment. Hone your influencing language and behaviors. Connect more authentically and deeply with others.

You can follow The Bolder Co. on social media or call them at  860-966-3940.



Twitter: @Bolder Company

The episode where Ellen & Jenny describe their passions for helping people to be better leaders, how this format came to be and some details about this and other workshops they have created can be heard here.

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About Traci Timmons

Traci is proud to help share the wisdom of women as the producer and co-host on the Word of Mom Radio Network. She loves being in a partnership with Dori DeCarlo who has been a friend and inspiration since childhood. When she agreed to join the team here at WoMRadio, she never imagined how fully it would become part of her life, and how meeting so many powerful and incredible women - sharing their stories and helping to empower them and build their businesses – would be so fulfilling and FUN! Traci has worked in the theatre and entertainment realm as an actress, director, singer, producer and teacher for many years. She has also been an event producer, and done every type of office manager/bookkeeper/operations job there is. Having this platform to showcase the work of the NEW business women, as well as her own is an honor and a privilege. Making new connections and building each other up is key. Current affiliations include Thespian Arts Program, The Family Repertory Company, Labyrinth Arts Collective, Darknight Productions, G Squared Productions and more. Take every day and make it great, be happy, be healthy and most important – be yourself!

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