This website communicates three important ideas.

1. The words "Communicate" and "Connect" do not mean the same thing.
2. This site contains videos and articles that start you on your way to Connecting with others.
3. These videos Connect you to the Coaching approach Al Borowski's brings to his clients.

Please click the content button to view the Chunkinar of one of the Connecting lessons.

After watching the video, please click the back button to return to the Home Page.

So, what has all of this got to do with Communication Skills and Connecting Skills?
The following graphically illustrates how all of these points Connect.

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Check out What Clients say and write about Al's Programs

“Al kicked off our meeting with a high level of energy. He was interesting, engaging and entertaining.

Al covered a lot of valuable material that attendees said they would use to get them back on track toward clean and concise communication.”
Kristi C, Program Chair

"Al Borowski is one of our best instructors. Over the past three years, Al has received some of our highest ratings from our Executive Development students. We enjoy his interactive delivery style.

He is upbeat, uses humor and truly engages his audience. Each year, our students continually point out the great value of Al's Strategies for Creating Dynamic Presentations."
Julie K, Executive Director

"Al Borowski is one of my favorite speakers. He's down-to- earth, easy to listen to, and he lets you have fun when he speaks. 

Most importantly, he presents his message in a way that brings the audience immediate value
and practical take home application."
Joann G, President

"People are still talking about Al's presentation and how they are using the ideas he shared with us.

Al's a real pro who blends a lot of information, humor, and energy into his presentations and proves that he cares about his audience."
Diane S, Training Manager

"When you can get excellent ratings from experienced employees on a customer service training program, you know that you have selected the right trainer. Al Borowski is that trainer - enjoyable, enthusiastic and captivating. ..., 'Al kept me interested and involved,' 'the time flew,' 'great information' and 'his training will make my job easier.' We will definitely have him back!" 
Dianna L, Director- HR

Al’s interactive Listening Skills programs discus:

3 Major Roadblocks to Listening
3 Laws of Listening
5 Rules for Effective Listening

4 Listening strategies based on the speaker, the situation, and Listening goals

To be a Good Communicator, 
you must first understand what
Communication really means.

Do you know the HEART of Communication?

Business Writing Secrets 
you didn’t learn in school

Why your writing is more important than you think

Major drawbacks to clear, concise writing

10 Simple, Secret Tricks that Enrich Your Writing

Coming Soon

Communication Skills               Only the Beginning of the Connecting Process

Listening Skills                            Your Most Important Connecting Power Tool

Presentation Skills                    20 Tested Techniques for Terrific Talks

Business Writing                        The Best Kept Secrets of Business Writing

Editing Skills                                The Most Neglected Skill

E-mail Skills                                 The Next E-mail You Send Could Cost You Dearly

Writer’s Block                              Reasons -Riddance - Results 

Customer Contact Skills         Characteristics of Customer Contact Pros

Proposal Writing Skills           Must Match Selling Skills

Stories                                             Better Than Graphs, Charts, and Diagrams

Radio/TV Appearances            Social Proof       

Leadership Skills                      To Be or Not To Be