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Most people who visit our website are looking to grow. They are committed professionals dedicated to developing their leadership skills and accelerating their careers.

They want to make a difference. They want to have an impact. They want to get results.

If that’s you too, then you’re in the right place.

My name is Anneli and I help leaders have greater professional impact and build stronger relationships at work.

I’m known as the people whisperer because I’m obsessed with helping leaders decode the hidden dynamics that drive human behaviour to better understand why people do what they do. Knowing this will help you develop influence, engagement and impact, and accelerate your results.

This is about Interpersonal intelligence.

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What is Interpersonal Intelligence?

From the politics of the boardroom to the conversations in the corridor, your interpersonal intelligence is affecting your outcomes – for better or for worse.

Interpersonal intelligence is the ability to understand and navigate the people dynamics in a given situation. 

The good news is that interpersonal intelligence is not just reserved for ‘natural social connectors.’ It’s a skill that can be learnt, improved and mastered.

The world is getting smaller, the tasks bigger and the time to get them done, shorter. We need to build relationships and trust in record time. We need influence, engagement and impact. 

What you say, what you do and even what you’re thinking affects those around you. I’m obsessed with this journey and I welcome the opportunity to share my obsession with you. Get in touch if you want to work with me or take a look around our site to learn more about how we can help you when you’re ready.

Who does Anneli work with

 

Anneli's Media Appearances

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 How Anneli can help you and your organisation

 

Books by Anneli

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In organisations, real power and energy is generated through relationships. The patterns of relationships and the capacities to form them are more important than tasks, functions, rules and positions.
— Margaret Wheatley