“My goal in any interview or in any conversation is to walk that person along the path with me, I never want to be so far ahead that it causes confusion”
For those of you who know a little bit about me, you know what an incredible fan I am of all things communication. I mean, let's face it, as a podcaster it's 99% of what I do. However aside from that, I've always held a fascination with communication, both verbal and non-verbal, as I feel so much is said and so much can be learned if we only allow ourselves to be more aware and in the moment.
When the opportunity arose for me to invite Jen Mueller to Have A Seat with me and give us her secret communication tips and tricks, it was all I could do to not go running screaming from the room in pure happiness.
Meet Jen Mueller, a 20 year sports broadcasting veteran who currently serves as the sideline radio reporter for the Seattle Seahawks. She is also an Emmy-winning producer and part of the Seattle Mariners television broadcast team.
In addition to her work on the sidelines, Jen launched Talk Sporty to Me in 2009, where she provides a unique twist on business communication based on her time in locker rooms and expertise in 1-1 conversations.
Her sense of humor, distinctly different approach and how-to strategies inspires and motivates us to take immediate action toward becoming better communicators and her expertise in being on camera and communicating remotely is invaluable in today's environment.
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A 20-year sports broadcasting veteran, Jen Mueller currently serves as the Seattle Seahawks sideline radio reporter. She is also an Emmy-award winning producer and part of the Seattle Mariners television broadcast team on ROOT Sports
In addition to her work on the sidelines, Jen launched Talk Sporty to Me in 2009. She provides a unique twist on business communication based on her time in locker rooms and expertise in 1-on-1 conversations. Jen is the author of three books and launched an on-demand video series Asking Better Questions earlier this year.
Jen graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2000 with degrees in Broadcasting Journalism and Public Policy.