My goal is to help people become more effective communicators—more authentic, credible, confident, powerful and persuasive—in all areas of their lives. As a certified coach, I work one-on-one with clients to help them focus on their vision of what it is to be a peak communicator, develop concrete goals for realizing that vision, work to shed bad habits and overcome obstacles, and stay on course to achieve their goals.
As a trainer, I develop customized programs to help individuals and groups learn how to make the most of all their moments on the world stage. Whether its public speaking in front of large groups, presenting before the board, interviewing with a reporter or giving Congressional testimony, I give participants the tools they need to be ready for any communications engagement.
For more than 25 years, I have been working to develop successful media and communications programs for non-profit organizations and socially responsible businesses, and to help others become peak communicators on radio and television, in print, online and face-to face. My experience working across the media spectrum and my training in executive coaching have allowed me to help teams and leaders from a diverse array of groups develop and then achieve their communications goals.
Some of the organizations I’ve worked with include Center for Environmental Health, International Center for Technology Assessment, Clean Currents, Center for Food Safety, American Wind Energy Association, National Wildlife Federation, Alaska Wilderness League, Reading is Fundamental, Trout Unlimited, Greenpeace, The Wilderness Society, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Nana Design and PushingGreen.com, among others.
I feel fortunate that communications campaigns I’ve managed have helped my clients and organizations tell their stories through many of the leading media forums, both traditional and online.
I love working with all ages, individuals and groups, novices and pros, the timid and the bold. I believe we all have memorable stories to tell and the capacity to be authentic, credible, powerful and persuasive when we to tell them—even if it doesn’t always feel that way. The power of our stories to change the world is as unlimited as our own passion to tell them.
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Craig W. Culp, Associate Certified Coach