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Whether she is speaking about effective communication techniques, her legendary father, Muhammad Ali, or client engagement strategies in human services, May May’s presentations pack a powerful punch of substantive and compelling information as well as a good dose of fun. 

"Let's Talk, Let's Listen: The Art of Communication"

May May gives an insightful yet entertaining presentation on effective communication skills. Speaking, listening, and body language are all forms of communication, but the “C” word tends to be defined differently by the masses. Unfortunately, many people are not aware of their ineffective communication styles and that they can improve in this area. 

May May’s vivid yet down-to-earth talk is an eye-opening experience as she humorously demonstrates common communication scenarios audiences will identify with.  Her relevant content will imbue attendees with proven communication techniques they will feel inspired to learn and begin putting into action, because a true understanding of how to communicate well is vital for true empowerment!

May May's presentation can be modified for any age group or setting.


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A Personal Note from May May Ali

“Most of my life, I’ve been fascinated with how people express themselves. As a child, I observed the differences in the way my family members and peers spoke to one another.  In my early 20’s, I became more aware of my own communication style in certain situations, but I usually justified my style as being a fixed part of my personality.  In my early 30’s, I realized that if a few people complained about how I expressed myself, I needed to take a closer look inward to identify any communication habits that were potentially having negative effects on my relationships.  Fortunately, my search for answers garnered a new self-awareness that guided me toward making improvements.  The key that unlocked this door of personal growth was a true understanding of what effective communication entails.  I don’t claim to be perfect at this, but when my conversations go awry, I try to pinpoint the role I played and the impact of my communication choices.  Yes, it is a choice, and being cognizant of how we speak and listen to others is a continuous learning journey.  If more people would open their hearts and minds to learn how to communicate effectively, humanity would benefit from more empathy, tolerance, collaboration and stronger relationships.”