The Workplace Podcast Episode #3: Jen Jamula & Workplace Communication

By
Steven Kopp
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In this episode of The Workplace Podcast, we interview special guest Jen Jamula - an entrepreneur, coach, and performer whose work looks at communication in the Digital Age. Drawing inspiration from her performance work, Jen leads corporate communications trainings internationally and coaches speakers through her company, GoldJam Creative. Jen is passionate about helping others gain confidence, find their authentic voices, and cultivate practices of empathy, respect, and inclusion in the workplace and beyond. We talk about the importance of non-verbal communication and using active verbs, as well as how to reframe anxiety, cultivate presence, and develop an alter ego for public speaking or workplace presentations.

About Jen Jamula:

Jen Jamula is an entrepreneur, coach, and performer whose work looks at communication in the Digital Age. She and collaborator Allison Goldberg have helmed several artistic projects that have been featured on Good Morning America, in Forbes, WIRED Magazine, VICE, Newsweek, theSkimm, and more. The pair was featured on the cover of Time Out New York, which ranked them two of "the top 10 funniest women in NYC."

Drawing inspiration from her performance work, Jen leads corporate communications trainings internationally and coaches speakers through her company, GoldJam Creative. Clients include Time Warner, Buzzfeed, Spotify, SoundCloud, and many others. Workshop topics range from Public Speaking, to Productive Confrontations, to Unconscious Bias & Conscious Inclusion, to Women In Leadership and Male Allies. Jen is passionate about helping others gain confidence, find their authentic voices, and cultivate practices of empathy, respect, and inclusion in the workplace and beyond. 

About GoldJam Creative Workshops:

GoldJam Creative leads interactive, fun communication skills trainings that pull from our background in comedy and acting, and hard research. We believe that people learn by doing rather than by being lectured, so we keep group sizes small and participants on their feet. All training topics can be tailored to a company's specific needs and goals. 

Topics discussed in this interview:

  • How to be the best version of you when you walk into the workplace
  • Translating the best parts of yourself into micro-actions
  • Using active verbs to affect people and fellow employees
  • Laughter as a way to absorb information
  • Reframing anxiety when speaking in front of an audience or fellow employees
  • Cultivating presence and developing an alter ego

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