"Laura is a phenomenal speaker, presenter and facilitator. She does what she says she will do and delivers to expectations. She's professional, charismatic, and focused on sharing ideas while still delivering her learning points."
-- Manager, Intel

"She is a dynamic speaker and facilitator who creates a conducive learning environment."
-- Director, Quest"

"She has a wealth of experience, which she shares with relevant stories. She keeps the program on track and provides great real world experience."
-- Director, ADP

"She was able to keep us engaged and made it easy to learn. I enjoyed reading her book and have suggested it to some of my peers."
-- Manager, Genentech

"Laura was a passionate and knowledgeable teacher and I value the information that she imparted greatly."
-- Manager, Adobe

"Laura has been one of the best coaches I ever had in my career."
-- Engineer, Cisco

"Laura is intelligent, dedicated and very knowledgeable."
-- Manager, Sun Microsystems

Ms. Browne's new fiction book, Annie Clark and the Pearls of Wisdom, is "reminiscent of pop fantasies like Ella Enchanted and Harry Potter".
-- Reviewer, Publisher's Weekly

Why Can't You Communicate Like Me? book:"I felt as if one section had been written entirely about me.""I've used this and have already seen improvements and opportunities on the job as a result."
-- Review on Amazon



Books By Laura Browne:

Why Can't You Communicate Like Me? How Smart Women Get Results At Work


Raise Rules for Women: How To Make More Money At Work


Annie Clark and the Pearls of Wisdom

 


Laura Browne

Areas of Expertise:

Business Coaching
Leadership/Management
Networking
 






From The Author:
I wrote my first book 10 years ago and wasted too much time and energy trying to figure out how to get it published. The publishing world is very confusing and I now coach people on how to get their books published so they can do it faster and easier.
After working with an agent and going through the traditional route, I decided to start my own publishing company. I published my two non-fiction books, Why Can’t You Communicate Like Me? and Raise Rules for Women.
My fiction book for girls, Annie Clark and the Pearls of Wisdom, was a Semi-finalist in the 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award competition. A reviewer from Publisher’s Weekly said it is, “reminiscent of pop fantasies like Ella Enchanted and Harry Potter”. I used POD (Print on Demand) publishing methods for that book.
When I coach people on how to get published, I help them to look at their goals to see what approaches will work best for them.
About Laura:
Laura Browne is an author, corporate trainer and speaker specializing in communication, networking, and management issues. Participants from leading companies including American Express, Genentech, IBM, Microsoft, and Sony attend her training programs.
She has extensive experience in corporate management and development. She has a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management and Organizational Design.
She is a business writer for Examiner.com and writes a monthly humor column for The Point North magazine. She has been quoted as a workplace expert in leading publications including the San Francisco Chronicle, Family Circle magazine, Arizona Woman magazine, and Cosmopolitan.

From The Author:
I wrote my first book 10 years ago and wasted too much time and energy trying to figure out how to get it published. The publishing world is very confusing and I now coach people on how to get their books published so they can do it faster and easier.
After working with an agent and going through the traditional route, I decided to start my own publishing company. I published my two non-fiction books, Why Can’t You Communicate Like Me? and Raise Rules for Women.
My fiction book for girls, Annie Clark and the Pearls of Wisdom, was a Semi-finalist in the 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award competition. A reviewer from Publisher’s Weekly said it is, “reminiscent of pop fantasies like Ella Enchanted and Harry Potter”. I used POD (Print on Demand) publishing methods for that book.
When I coach people on how to get published, I help them to look at their goals to see what approaches will work best for them.
About Laura:
Laura Browne is an author, corporate trainer and speaker specializing in communication, networking, and management issues. Participants from leading companies including American Express, Genentech, IBM, Microsoft, and Sony attend her training programs.
She has extensive experience in corporate management and development. She has a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management and Organizational Design.
She is a business writer for Examiner.com and writes a monthly humor column for The Point North magazine. She has been quoted as a workplace expert in leading publications including the San Francisco Chronicle, Family Circle magazine, Arizona Woman magazine, and Cosmopolitan.

Articles By Laura Browne:

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