Anyone and everyone can write an email and create a power point presentation but how many of these people are doing it effectively? If you find that your colleagues are always coming back to you for clarification or seem to be nodding off when you present, find out how to get back on track in this intimate session with executive coach Shannon Cassidy. After spending an hour with Shannon, you will have the tools to go back into your office and communicate confidently and effectively.

Shannon Cassidy
Executive Director, Leadership Coach
bridge between, inc.

Shannon Cassidy is the founder and executive director of bridge between inc., a specialized management-consulting firm focused on behavioral change and communication. 
Before starting her own company Shannon spent many years as a corporate leader, successfully building profitable businesses and driving innovation and leadership initiatives.  This real-world experience combined with her commitment to human potential provides clients with practical strategies, tools and inspiration needed to thrive during organizational change and lead with vision, values and purpose.
Shannon has her degree in Business and Professional Communication from the University of Rhode Island and received her certification as an Executive Corporate Coach through the International Coach Federation. Shannon is a member of the National Speakers Association (NSA), Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT), National Association of Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) and several other cable specific associations.  She graduated with class eighteen from the Betsy Magness Leadership Institute (BMLI). 
An active community volunteer Shannon makes her home in the greater Philadelphia area with her husband and two children.  Her book, Discover Your Inner Strengths, was just released.
Results of Shannon’s Coaching:

  • Leadership transition and acceleration
  • Executive Presence
  • Team synergy and alignment
  • Revenue growth and profitability
  • Innovation and marketing
  • Talent development and retention
  • Strengths and diversity maximization