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The science of people

Health Industry Hub | June 22, 2020 |
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Vanessa Van Edwards is an interpersonal intelligence expert and public speaker.

She shares tangible skills to improve interpersonal communication and leadership, including her insights on how people work. Vanessa developed a science-based framework for understanding different personalities to improve our EQ and help us communicate with colleagues, clients and customers.

Vanessa reveals that our behaviour, from hand gestures to how we say ‘hello’, changes the way others perceive our confidence.

She works with entrepreneurs, growing businesses and has been featured on CNN, BBC, CBS, Fast Company, Inc., Entrepreneur Magazine, USA Today, the Today Show and many more.


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