The #1 skill for getting what you want in business and in life is your ability to communicate.

Communication and social skills expert Nancy Mueller can help you connect and communicate with people who often see the world differently than you do.

Nancy has coached English language learners in the U.S. and abroad; directed an international organization; consulted in Europe; and traveled in Brazil, Ecuador, Europe, Hong Kong and Mainland China. As a professional speaker, facilitator, and coach, she has worked with numerous organizations such as:

  • The Boeing Company
  • Weyerhaeuser
  • Washington Bankers Association
  • Franklin Templeton
  • IBM
  • Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc.,
  • University of Washington Executive MBA Program
  • United States Postal Service

– and helped them achieve the communication results they need.

To avoid costly business blunders and build stronger client relations, find out how Nancy can help you:

  • Recognize and adapt to diverse needs and expectations to enhance credibility and respect
  • Communicate appropriately and effectively to gain cooperation and commitment from others
  • Develop trust and rapport to build mutually beneficial, long-term relationships

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Blog

Nancy offers advice and opinions about communication, relationships and leadership.

Services

Business etiquette, civility and manners, communication skills, and cross-cultural savvy.

Clients

Nancy's clients are among the top performing companies in their respective fields.

Testimonials

    "Nancy, your practical answers to international etiquette questions will prove very useful for our IMA members in building stronger relationships with their growing base of global suppliers, customers, fellow employees and IMA members. Thank you."
    -Robbin Lawson, CMA
    President, Bellevue/Eastside Chapter
    Institute of Management Accountants
    "Nancy, your special sense of humor brought home how important it is to know what you’re doing in business situations."
    -Myrline Billings
    Executive Assistant
    International Association of Administrative Professionals
    "Your style of facilitation and teaching was informative, interactive and inclusive of different learning styles. Program evaluations indicate that your training increased employee knowledge and skill in how to be a better communicator, especially across cultures."
    -Haley Green
    Organizational Development
    Edmonds Community College