Do you know anyone who is struggling with any of the following:
– Feeling isolated or like you don’t fit in or “get” everyone else?
– You want to enjoy your job but the office politics is getting you down?
– You dread interviews; especially that first question, “Tell me about yourself?”
– You can’t seem to get a job or promotion despite being highly qualified?
– Feeling bullied, overlooked or marginalised at work?
– Terrified of being asked to speak in public?
– Making a connection with a loved one/colleague who might be on the Autistic Spectrum?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions, Sam Warner can help.
Sam provides an interpreter service for adults with diagnosed or un-diagnosed Asperger’s and PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) & helps them, their friends, family & co-workers to communicate better. Sam understands the different ways in which the brain processes information & makes sense of the world.
Sam helps people who are terrified of speaking in front of others to find their voice.
She coaches them, trains them & evaluates them so they cannot fail, increasing their confidence & allowing them to actively look for opportunities to speak in the future. From terrified to terrific!
Sam is a professional speaker herself, delivering talks and keynotes at conferences, banquets and events internationally.
Sam is a Soft Skills trainer for individuals and teams. From non-technical skills at work to re-train, achieve promotion or pass an interview or ask for what they want at work. Also for teams who have had little or no prior training in the art of working together in a office.
Sam is a member of Toastmasters International and achieved her Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) award in January 2018. (The unofficial equivalent of a masters in leadership and communication.)