Free One-Hour Webinar May 21 and 29

We’ve all been there! You’re working hard to explain, convince, or persuade and no one seems to be listening. How can you catch the attention of that senior leader or get your client to see your new product as the solution they need? This free one-hour webinar can help you unlock the words that can make all the difference!

This webinar is for you if you are working to build your reputation at work, you know your words are powerful but you struggle to make people listen to you, or you want to level up your communication game to demonstrate your worth at work.






Join this free webinar to learn a 5-step technique (first unveiled at the American Marketing Association’s annual meeting in 2013) that will give you the insight you need to craft the right message for your particular situation.

Register for the Free Webinar

Choose the time that’s right for you!  Attend this live, one-hour webinar on May 21 at noon or May 29 at noon. (Times are Pacific.)

The webinars are Zoom based and you’ll receive immediate confirmation.


I’m so glad you’re here and I’d love to see you at one of our free “When Your Words at Work Aren’t Working” webinars.

If we haven’t met yet, I’m Amber Nelson, the ringleader here at The Lingo Institute. For more than 20 years, I’ve worked with individuals and organizations who do a lot of talking but often struggle to truly communicate.

I created this webinar to share a  technique I developed to help systematize effective communication. Anyone can do it! You don’t need to be an extrovert, a word wizard, or a senior manager.

All you need is 60 minutes, a good internet connection, and a belief that words matter. I’ll personally walk you through the system, take your questions, and send you back to your world inspired and equipped with a new skill set that can transform your frustration into fulfillment.


Please join me to learn what to do when your words at work aren’t working!




P.S. Your words are powerful, use them wisely!

Interested in working with The Lingo Institute? Let's talk.

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