With more than 20 years experience in
training, motivating, and directing others, Jeff brings his vast
professional experience to bear on all of his presentations. He
makes many presentations each year to businesses and corporations,
trade associations, and educational institutions. Most meeting planners
like Jeff as a good choice for a warm-up speaker. His mix of content,
fun and energy gets people involved with your event and topic.
Jeff is an adjunct faculty member with Stetson University and Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University. His years of experience and competency
in management have earned him the Certified Professional Manager
(CM) designation from the Institute of Certified Professional Managers
at James Madison University. He is member of the National Speakers
Association and the International Association of Coaches. In addition
he is a Board Certified Hypnotist by the National Guild of Hypnotists
and has experience coaching others using hypnosis to create change.
Doctor of Subliminal Communication
Dr. Jeffrey Atwood is known for his expertise in nonverbal communication.
He is well aware of subliminal messages often sent nonverbally without
our awareness. It is these messages that he helps managers and business
leaders control and understand for more effective management. He
is a board certified hypnotist by the National Guild of Hypnotists
and works effectively with the subconscious mind to improve nonverbal
and subliminal communication that managers and employees may not
even be aware of in their business communication.
Frequently blamed on “Personality differences” nonverbal
and subliminal communication may, in fact, be the cause and be easily
Jeff works with managers and executives to determine the signs
of mixed messages, the symptoms of poor communication, and other
signals that are subliminal, not in their conscious awareness, when
they verbally communicating to others. After a diagnostic process
he goes to work with the individual to coach them through understanding
how to improve their nonverbal communication skills. This includes
working with them one-on-one to focus awareness and practice nonverbal
behavior that enhances the communication process rather than distracts
Dr. Atwood, may benefit any organization that needs clear communication
without mixed messages and hidden meanings
A former radio announcer, Dr. Atwood, is able to train managers
and executives to communicate by voice using the proper Paralinguistics.
Voice tone, inflection, and pitch are all important to a good
nonverbal communication process.
His experience in management and his research on the use of office
space enables him to coach managers and executives on Proxemics.
He teaches managers how to use distance and office space effectively
when communicating to employees.
It is not enough to be educated in grammar, syntax, and proper
verbal speech, success in most organizations today require a skilled
use of nonverbal communications. The application of good nonverbal
communication is never taught in formal schools, but is usually
learned through life’s mistakes. It is more than just asking
the right question at the right time in the right way...it is
how your body reacts when you ask it.
Do you have your subliminal signals under control and are you
aware of the message you are sending nonverbally? Jeff may improve
your chance of success for that promotion, help you negotiate
that contract, or interview for that new position.
from Jeffrey Atwood’s prior presentations
“At our first session you provided explanation and
insight as to our various types of Myers-Briggs personalities
and how we could communicate more effectively with one another.
What an overwhelming success!”
American Red Cross of Central Florida
Jada H. Smith, Director of Human Resources
“Please find enclosed your payment of conducting the
Customer Service seminar...I would like to thank you again for
doing an excellent job. I am still impressed that all of the attendees
were still deeply involved in asking questions and debating the
answers after the schedule time to end the presentation.”
Apopka Area chamber of Commerce
Marilyn E. Slifka, Exec. Dir.
“On behalf of Lincoln Lutheran of Racine, may I formally
extend our thanks for the recent presentation to our management
staff. As you know it was most timely and so well received. Already
there is talk of having you back for a follow-up presentation
and a repeat of the October 22nd program for our nurses.”
Lincoln Lutheran of Racine,
Carol A. Jorosz, Director
“Just a note of thanks on behalf of the Kenosha Women’s
Network for your fascinating presentation on Business Listening
Kenosha Women’s Network
Jane Hastings, Secretary
“On behalf of the Skills Olympics steering committee,
I want to express our sincere thanks for your presentation on
Time Management for the high school instructors. Your presentation
was well received by the attending instructors.”
Gateway Technical Institute
Chuck Wood, Skills Olympics Chairman
“On behalf of the Gateway Technical Institute I would
like to take this opportunity to thank you for your excellent
Gateway Technical Institute
John J. Hammill , Educ. Services Coordinator