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Children are to be seen and not heard. Who in the world made this statement up?

The disservice begins here and only moves forward. Many people struggle with speaking up and asking for what they want, as well as setting boundaries.

We are going to talk about all this!

From Laleh:

Avoiding confrontation. Dreading consequences. Trying not to offend or hurt someone. Naturally shy. Culturally sensitive. Or, just afraid to rock the boat. There are many reasons we may ‘bite our tongue’ and studies show just how often we choose to stay silent when we have something important to say:
-69% of workplace managers resist communicating with their staff.
-72% of employees say they don’t speak up at work when they feel they should.
-74% of people are afraid of public speaking.
-65% of therapists say breakdown in communication is the top cause of divorce.

My guest has lived an amazing life. Extraordinarily resilient, intelligent and definitely a women who knows how to speak up!

Laleh Alemzadeh-Hancock is a leadership and entrepreneurial coach, professional services consultant, personal wellness mentor, and founder and CEO of global professional services company, Belapemo. Laleh boasts 30 years’ experience in operational excellence, change management and business consulting, and has inspired and empowered thousands of individuals including Fortune 500 executives, government agencies, non-profit organizations, athletes and veterans. A highly respected executive and leadership coach, Laleh has a particular interest in supporting and encouraging the leadership capabilities of women – in business, in the workplace, at home and in the wider community. She is featured alongside luminaries such as Oprah Winfrey, Melinda Gates, and Ginni Rometty in the 2019 publication, America’s Leading Ladies: Stories of courage, challenge and triumph.

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