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#KeynoteSpeaker and Corporate Trainer, John Klymshyn Announces New 2014 Keynote Presentations for Business Professionals

World-renowned keynote speaker, author and thought leader, John Klymshyn is pleased to announce new interactive keynote presentations and advanced level corporate training on the power of language and communication for business professionals.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Forbes Magazine states, “the one skill that will boost your value by 50% in 2014 is communication.” John Klymshyn also known as “Coach K” has been educating and inspiring business professionals from various industries worldwide on the power of language for decades. Now with communication identified as the number one must–master skill for every job description from the service professional to the corporate executive, John Klymshyn releases a new series of engaging keynotes and advanced corporate training that focuses on the power of words, verbal communication and how to use language to - inspire, lead, sell, instill lasting change, and convey messages authentically.

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“Often times there is a disconnect between what one says to clients or what a leader may say to his or her team vs. the actual message that is being heard,” says Klymshyn. “Business professionals and executives are experts in their field, however understanding how to convey messages and communicate more effectively so they reach desired goals still leaves some people behind. My goal is to help people craft and deliver powerful language.”


John Klymsyn’s new keynotes and corporate training uses communication as the core principle combined with his trademarked process for relationship building called Moving Conversations Forward™ to educate professionals on how to use language effectively for:


·         strengthening leadership and executive presence
·         team building and employee engagement
·         maximizing sales and business development opportunities
·         generational management
·         increasing your brand value


Klymshyn’s clients include Starwood Hotels and Resorts International (HOT), AT&T (T), American Society of Industrial Security, The New York Times (NYT), American Express (AXP), National Association of Credit Managers, among others. “Both before and during our two-day retreat, John worked creatively and diligently to help our principals repair interpersonal ruptures,” says John Heisner, Shareholder of Sullivan Hill.

An overview of the new 2014 keynote presentations and corporate training programs may be reviewed at www.thecoachkexperience.com. For information on keynote presentations, corporate training, board retreats, media relations, and John Klymshyn’s availability to speak at your next conference or your company contact Traci Allen, Traci Allen Inc. at [email protected]202.216.0660 office, or202.246.8856 cell.

ABOUT JOHN KLYMSHYN

Communication thought leader and author, John Klymshyn has been dubbed “Coach K” by C- Suite Executives, as well as management from all professional industries. His expertise in training and coaching in leadership, language, and relationship building earns him invitations to speak around the globe. He has been hailed as one of the funniest, most informative speakers to appear at conferences and conventions in a wide range of industries. Klymshyn is a life-long student of the art of communication and divides his time between coaching Executives and traveling the world speaking specifically about Moving Conversations Forward™ his trademarked process for leadership, management, customer service, and advanced sales.  ###

To view this video on YouTube, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPE9mf-cQqY

Media Contact: Laurabeth Merritt, Traci Allen Inc., 202.216.0660, [email protected]

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