Juliet Erickson is an executive coach, communication specialist and author. She consults to international corporate executives and individuals who want to see their dreams, ideas and projects come to fruition.
Juliet has also had three books published – The Art of Persuasion (Hodder Mobius, 2004) and her most recent book Nine Ways to Walk Around A Boulder (Kyle Cathie, 2008), The Nimble Negotiator (CreateSpace, 2014)
An example of one of Juliet’s many high profile accomplishments was her successful communication coaching and consulting to the London Olympic Bid Team during the critical visits from the IOC and the lead up to the final presentation. Juliet worked tirelessly behind the scenes with the team to help pull off this incredible coup for the city of London.
She works with business leaders and managers, entrepreneurs, TED speakers, politicians, academics, lawyers, scientists, sportsmen and women, entertainers and public figures in organizations around the world as well as many individuals from all walks of life who are facing a make or break moment in their personal lives and when communicating effectively is critical.
A Californian by birth, Juliet commutes regularly between Santa Fe, New Mexico and London, teaches on-line and in-person at Stanford University and is a sought-after speaker worldwide. She describes what she does as ensuring her clients have the focus, force and energy to make the things they want to happen, happen; to help them win more often; to facilitate confidence, clarity and momentum.
In l989, Juliet became a founding partner of Rogen International , a global communication consultancy that develops skills and strategies for individuals in high stakes communication. Juliet was responsible for global growth of the company and was involved in establishing offices in Sydney, Los Angeles, New York and London.
She is also studying to teach Compassion Cultivation at Stanford’s Compassion Institute.
When I’m not working, I enjoy yoga, tennis, hiking, and my regular meditation practice. My dogs rule.