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Editor’s List: Authority Magazine’s Favorite ‘Five Things Videos’ About How To Communicate With Your Team Effectively Even If You Are Rarely In The Same Physical Space (Part Two)

We are living in a new world in which offices are becoming obsolete. How can teams effectively communicate if they are never together? Zoom and Slack are excellent tools, but they don’t replicate all the advantages of being together. What strategies, tools and techniques work to be a highly effective communicator, even if you are not in the same space? In this interview series, we interviewed business leaders who shared the strategies, tools and techniques they use to effectively and efficiently communicate with their team who may be spread out across the world.

Some of the experts we interviewed put together some fantastic videos sharing their five tips. Please enjoy these videos and interviews below.

Kenise Etwaru

Kenise Etwaru is an energetic, trail-blazing force of nature. She is the CEO/Co-Founder of her own thriving Publishing company, a Human Resources Executive / Consultant, a 3x bestselling author, Executive Leadership Coach and Women Empowerment Strategist and sought-after Motivational Speaker all rolled into one! She is fearlessly pursuing leaving a LEGACY and fiercely helping others find their purpose and destiny so that they can be LEGACY MAKERS as well. #SuccessIsInSuccession

The complete interview can be read here:

Austin Iuliano, Austin Iuliano Inc.

Austin Iuliano is a revolutionary marketing expert who went from homeless to being seen on Forbes, Business Insider, Influencive, and Social Media Today for his unique social media expertise. Austin helps public figures build their personal brands using his unique methodology of personal branding and social media marketing disruption.

The complete interview can be read here:

Sile Walsh, Walsh Coaching & Consulting

Sile specialises in strategic leadership and organisational development. She is experienced coaching senior leaders and middle managers across sectors including healthcare, pharmaceuticals, education, technology and commerce within Ireland and internationally.

Sile has over ten years of experience working with individuals, teams and organisations supporting change management, leadership development, inclusion and diversity, and organisational development programmes.

Sile is committed to being inclusive in her work and supporting people from a wide range of backgrounds to reach their potential; this includes people who experience systemic barriers in society. She is a PhD researcher focused on the role of coaching psychology in inclusive leadership within private organisations.

Sile has an international client base and speaks on leadership, inclusion, and coaching psychology. Sile has guest lectured with University College Cork on both the masters in Organisational Psychology and Personal and Management Coaching, is on the committee for Coaching Psychology with the Psychological Society of Ireland and is a senior board member for a private organisation providing support services on behalf of government agencies.

The complete interview can be read here:

Arun Sardana, CEO/Founder of karuna

Arun Sardana obtained his formal undergraduate education in hospitality management and also in business administration in India. He came to the United States in 1988 and completed his MBA from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, in the year 2000. In 2019, in order to inform his work with orphans and abused children in Costa Rica, he completed a Masters in Clinical Psychology and Education with a focus on Spirituality, Mind & Body, from Teachers College, Columbia University, New York.

The complete interview can be read here:

Renée Marino, Professional Communication Coach at Master Communicators LLC

Renée Marino is a professional communication coach named by Yahoo Finance as one of the “Top 10 Communication Coaches to Follow in 2021!” She was the co-host of Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi’s first-ever virtual “World Summit’’ and has spoken, performed, and been interviewed on thousands of live and virtual stages, including Dean Graziosi’s podcast The Dean Graziosi Show. Renée helps people create genuine connections in their life and business by balancing new school technology with ol’ school simplicity. She also uses her well-rounded experience of communicating through various mediums to train companies, organizations, schools, and universities in strengthening their communication skills. Renée can be seen as the female lead, Mary Delgado, in the film, “Jersey Boys,” directed by Clint Eastwood. She has been featured in’s “Ones to Watch,” Variety, and The Huffington Post, which stated: “The Broadway star — who is basically Tina Fey’s celebrity doppelganger — is a scene-stealer. ‘Jersey Boys’ pops whenever she’s onscreen.” Renée wrote and performed her solo show, I Am Me, Because of Three, to sold-out venues in NYC and LA and received rave reviews. Her Broadway credits include Pretty Woman: The Musical (dance captain/assistant to the choreographer), West Side Story (Rosalia), Jersey Boys (Mary Delgado), Chaplin, and Wonderland (ensemble). She has toured North America with Cats, Disney’s High School Musical, and Jersey Boys. Her television credits include Regina on Fox’s Weird Loners and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

As a coach, keynote speaker, and longtime performer, Renée Marino has inspired people worldwide with her energy, relatability, and authentic spirit. Renée’s forthcoming book, “Becoming a Master Communicator: Balancing New School Technology with Ol’ School Simplicity” will be released in January. Her book is now available to preorder here:

The complete interview can be read here:



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