Podcast – Pro-Track Profile: Nannette Carroll

The National Speakers Association Northern California Newsletter goes out monthly to over 600 subscribers. Each month we profile one of the Pro-Track training group. This month I’m breaking new territory by including a podcast of an interview I recorded to supplement the written profile.

Pro-Track Profile: Nannette Carroll

Nannette Carroll Nannette Carroll approaches all management challenges as communication opportunities. For over 20 years, her upbeat management seminars have helped participants use their process skills to discover root causes for people problems. With this knowledge, managers can implement lasting solutions. Her background as Director of Management Development/ Training for a Fortune 100 gives her a uniquely helpful perspective on aligning process, project and people management.

Nannette sets high standards for achievement while creating a fun, supportive, collaborative environment for participants in both workshops and speaking engagements.

As well as being a member of the National Speakers Association she is active in the California Writers Club and has a book coming out soon.

Nannette and I talked in a rather noisy hotel lobby during a break in the Pro-Track Saturday training on March 17, 2007 – St. Patrick’s Day!

Podcast Note: The opening and closing royalty free music is from a track called Games by the band Sour Monkey found on the Public Music Project website.

Click below to hear my interview with Nannette Carroll.

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Wonderful interview. Such an effective and efficient use of technology to connect the sound and sight of interviewee in conversation, instead of merely the one-dimensional written word.
Nannette, your humor is great! Ian, Thanks again for ALL your contributions.

Ian,

Kudos for launching your maiden podcast, which was first-rate. As a result of your contribution, I was able to become acquainted with a fellow NSA member (Nannette) through an engaging communication medium and refer a project opportunity to her.

Many thanks,

Surina
http://www.DynamicallySpeaking.com

What a fabulous communication tool. First time I have listened to a podcast. Terrific way to learn about you, your company and your book while living on the otherside of the continent. Nice to hear your voice while seeing your picture. Good Luck.



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