Communication is like mixing up chemicals. Sometimes it creates exciting discoveries… sometimes it just blows up!
Robyn Hatcher, communication expert and author, knows successful communication is the life blood of any thriving organization. Robyn’s cultivated a formula to transform weak communication skills into potent business gold.
Her 15 plus years in the entertainment field as a professional actress, voice over artist, and film and TV writer and her experience as a certified Neural Linguistic Programming practitioner, give her a powerful combination of creative tools and scientific research. Now, as owner and CEO of SpeakEtc., she delivers the brain science hacks that help business leaders like you, command a room; galvanize your team and become the catalyst for change your business needs.
Robyn has transformed the careers of thousands of business leaders through corporate programs, private coaching, and interactive presentations. Fortune 500 companies and brands such as Allstate, Deloitte, Hewlett-Packard, AXA, and UBS are a few notables on Robyn’s rich list of clientele. Her first book, Standing Ovation Presentations (Motivational Press, 2013), contains a unique communication-style system called ActorTypes. and was named on Forbes.com as one of 2015’s Top 100 Coaching Books.
Audiences can’t get enough of Robyn’s interactive dynamic programs. She inspires. She invigorates. She leaves you with tangible skills you can apply the very next day.
FUN FACTS About Robyn
• Robyn has a son who graduated from Yale and is now a minor league baseball player for the Cincinnati Reds.
• She once wrote for two daytime dramas; One Life to Live and All My Children
• A TV commercial she starred in for the New York Times ran for 8 years and was parodied on Saturday Night Live with Hallie Berry playing her.
• Robyn once judged a Miss Montana and Miss Teen Montana USA Pageant.
• She averages 3 Zumba classes, 2 Yoga classes, 1 boxing and a spin class a week.
• Robyn's LITERAL nickname growing up was "Shy" (or "Shai" as it appeared on Christmas Cards). One neighbor actually thought she was "mentally challenged." which netted an endless supply of candy for her and her sister.