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Jill Schiefelbein is: ENTHUSIASTIC. DRIVEN. PASSIONATE. CREATIVE. SHARP. DYNAMIC.

Combine an entrepreneurial thinker, a college professor, a professional speaker and a communication expert, and you get Jill Schiefelbein.

With eight years of business-building, ten years of university teaching, sixteen years of speaking experience and a desire to help businesses reach their goals, Jill is uniquely positioned to help you and your business utilize dynamic communication to accelerate results.

Her first self-owned business, Impromptu Guru, received the 2012 “Rookie of the Year” award and the 2014 “Volunteer of the Year” award from the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce in Gilbert, Arizona—one of CNN/Money Magazine’s most livable cities. She went on to launch a national talk radio show, facilitate training and media coaching for the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury and the NFL’s Players Networking Event at SuperBowls XLVII and XLVIII, and launched an educational video campaign on public speaking and communication skills that continues to reach thousands of viewers each week around the world.

Prior to Impromptu Guru, Jill worked as the Communication Manager for a national franchise, was a faculty member at Arizona State University, and established a nationally-recognized presence in the online education community, by starting up two major online education offices at the largest university in the country, increasing online tuition revenue by nearly a million dollars in her first eight months. She is still called on by universities and publishers to consult on the digitization of education and effective online communication practices.

She is the author of two books, Business and Professional Communication in the Global Workplace (Cengage-Wadsworth, 2009) and The Athlete’s Media Playbook (Impromptu Guru, 2013), is quoted in multiple articles and book chapters, and is no stranger to the physical and virtual speaking stage.

In August 2014, Jill relocated to New York City to expand her practice and, in November of 2014 launched The Dynamic Communicator. This business combines her three best skills–entrepreneurial thinking, problem solving, and communication–and focuses on helping businesses achieve accelerated results through dynamic communication practices.

A sampling of past and current clients includes Charles Schwab, Safelite Auto Glass, University of Nebraska Online Worldwide, the Global Institute of Sustainability, the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury, Cengage-Wadsworth, and Progressive Business Publications.

Get her book at http://www.dynamiccommunicationbook.com

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