Welcome to Margo Myers Communications

Services offered:

Media and Public RelationsWiden your coverage. With more than 20 years in TV news and public relations, I have extensive experience in television, radio, print and social media. Allow my team to create a strategic media plan to develop your message, and share it with the right audience to gain positive exposure.

Executive coaching and communicationStrengthen your influence. I am fascinated with human communication and how we interact with each other. Using tools and assessments, I work with leaders and corporate teams to develop clear communications. This can be on an individual basis or with teams. Improved communication leads to higher productivity, improved morale, and positive results.

Media coachingEnhance your image. We often convey specific messages through our body language and tone of voice, and are often unaware of the impact we have on others, both positive and negative. What are you communicating about yourself to those around you? Combining my media experience with coaching, I identify ways in which you may be unconsciously sabotaging your public face. I help you become more confident, create awareness about your communication style and develop a memorable presence.

Feeling Overwhelmed? One Thing to Help You Cope

Feeling overwhelmed can be paralyzing. From having too many things to do, to not knowing what to focus on, to trying to control that ‘swirl’ going on in your head — feeling overwhelmed can simply be exhausting. I know. I’ve been there. And so have many of the people I’ve coached who find themselves in…

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4 Ways to ‘Hold Space’ and Why It Matters

To ‘hold space’ is one of the most important things I do for my coaching clients — especially my senior level and C-suite clients who often have very few people around them to openly discuss things. You might be wondering what ‘holding space’ means. I believe it’s creating a safe place for dialogue, to allow…

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The Principle of Recency

I recently came across this video about public speaking, and one of the most important points made is the Principle of Recency. Essentially, the Principle of Recency is that people remember best, what they hear last. That’s important for how you conclude your talk or presentation because that’s what people will remember! I think this…

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Presentations: What I Learned from a Shark

Flipping on the TV, I’m hooked. One of the ‘sharks’ from Shark Tank is giving a couple of entrepreneurs a lesson in presentation.  I’m watching intently as the ‘shark’ informs these entrepreneurs pitching their business – that their attention is being directed in the wrong place. While most of the investors are already ‘out,’ and aren’t interested in investing in…

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Start living the life you want!

What does it take to live the life you want? After speaking to a group of women who work in technology, a few of them came up afterwards to say ‘thanks!’ Being curious, I asked them what their ‘takeaway’ was from the talk and a panel discussion about work/life balance. Interestingly enough, a young woman…

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