Category Archives: Sandra Carey

Do you remember that iconic scene from the film classic Taxi Driver when DeNiro’s character, Travis Bickle, taunted the image in the mirror? Three times he asks the imaginary speaker “You talking to me?!” before losing control and demanding to know, “Well, who the hell are you talkin’ to?” Have you been held captive in […]

  Sandra Carey  Director / Senior Coach  Have you had that dream? The one where you’re on stage, about to give an important speech and you suddenly realize you’ve forgotten the entire English language? Stage fright is the stuff of nightmares for many folks, but with practice and the right direction, it’s a phobia that […]

When we received the invitation to participate in the online tele-summit “Stories Sell -Tell Yours Well: Discover How You Grow Rich through the Secret Power of Your Story,” one of our favorite storytellers came immediately to mind.  Sandra Carey, Senior Coach and Account Director, has a deep appreciation for language and the power of words.  […]

  Bernie Mulvaney talks with Sandra Carey in this fourth installment of the LEADERSHIP…Why? podcast series. Rooted in listening to her intuition and acknowledging  her inklings, Sandra’s journey takes her from the corporate to the creative and back again. Enjoy this podcast from our “Miss Bossy Boots.” Read Sandra Carey’s Bio Click here for Part […]

Flight to India was uneventful after a delayed departure due to technical problems. A bit disconcerting to witness two men clad in workman overalls appear from the bowels of the plane as I sat buckled into my seat thinking takeoff was imminent. In time they solved the problem and descended back into the bowels of […]

The “Meet TAI and Experience Our Work” workshop that was supposed to happen in New Delhi didn’t. Why? Because it turns out the offices were closed the day it was scheduled for. Scheduling mishap. Despite this, Neelam, the woman who participated via teleconference in the “Taste of TAI Workshop” conducted in Mumbai during a previous […]

Arrived in Hong Kong to meet with my client Bill. He had his sixth of seven coaching sessions. In addition to excellent work he did in the coaching, Bill and I talked about: 1. His stepping down as Chairman of Asia; 2. The next successor taking on the role; 3. Bill’s new role as Chairman […]

My coaching sessions today were good, but a challenge. Notion of demand and being explicit and direct is a difficult one for some individuals. I’ve noticed this with other clients I’ve coached over the years. With audience in the room (was fun to have some of the younger folks in the office) both of my […]

I had excellent sessions with Kaname and Tomio. This trip is session 7 of 8 for Speaker Development and the topic is “Leader at a Critical Juncture.” Tomio began the program anxious because his English is weak. It has gotten better as we have progressed and he admits that one benefit of doing the program […]

My last scheduled coaching in Singapore was with Clark. His session was supposed to happen in Auckland, where he recently returned with his family after a ten year stint in Jakarta and Singapore. However, early in this trip I got the bad news that he had scheduling issues. So, with fast work, we discovered an […]


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