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Kare Anderson

Kare Anderson is CEO of Say it Better Center and an Emmy-winning former NBC and Wall Street Journal reporter, now public speaker and columnist for Forbes and Huffington Post. She is the foremost expert on translating behavioral research into ways to be frequently quoted, widely connected and profitably partnered with businesses that serve the same kind of customers. Other than honing one’s top talent she believes these are the key skills to strengthen to become more successful and satisfied in this increasingly complex yet connected world.

Kare’s most-requested speaking programs:

1. Become the Unforgettable Face of Your Firm

2. Grow Your Business Faster Through Smart Partnerships

3. Turn Employees Into Being Avid, Articulate Ambassadors of Your Company Brand

4. Hidden Behavioral Cues That Boost or Bust Your Credibility

5. Become Your Key Media’s Sought-After Subject Matter Expert

6. Make Your People-Serving Place More Memorable by Storyboarding it

Kare coached thought leader/supporters on honing their message, during both of Obama’s presidential campaigns. Kare has spoken in 18 countries, and been a strategic communication consultant to surgeons, executives, pro athletes, startup teams, and government leaders in organizations as diverse as Salesforce, San Diego Padres, Skoll Foundation, Nordstrom, Siemens, and Deloitte.

She is one of the highest-rated “non-branded” speakers at Novartis Speakers Bureau, presenting to healthcare groups on boosting doctor/patient communication. She was Pacific Telesis first Cable TV and Wideband Division Director and a founding board member of Annie’s Homegrown. Anderson has co-founded nine women’s political action committees. Her ideas are cited in at least 18 books. She is the author of Moving From Me to We, Getting What You Want, Walk Your Talk, Beauty Inside Out and Resolving Conflict Sooner. People in 28 countries read her blogs, How We Partner and Moving From Me to We. As David Rockefeller Jr. said after hearing Kare speak, "She forever changes how you see yourself and your world.”

Connect with Kare online: Blog | Huffington Post | Say It Better | Moving from Me to We