You never get a second chance to make a first impression.
Soft skills matter. In fact, studies prove people skills trump talent and can often make the difference in how far you climb the proverbial ladder in your career.
Polished. teaches children, teens and adults proper skills to help succeed in any professional and social setting. Our specialized programs provide hands-on techniques for effective learning. We guarantee you’ll feel more empowered, skilled and polished – all while having fun!
Contact us today for more information. You’ll be glad you did!
Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs
Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs, founder of Polished., is an empowering leadership coach and communications expert. Highly dedicated and results oriented, she has the passion and skill for helping organizations and individuals achieve success.
From business leaders, athletes, politicians and individuals to recent college graduates, high school teens and children, Nancy’s knowledgeable and inspiring programs help many unlock their potential in extraordinary leadership, presence, power and polish. She offers a fun, interactive approach in her enrichment programs that can be custom designed to meet her client’s goals and objectives.
Nancy is a licensed corporate etiquette and international protocol consultant from The Protocol School of Washington and earned a Bachelor of Journalism from the renowned University of Missouri – Columbia School of Journalism. She has more than 20 years of experience in the corporate world serving in leadership roles in marketing and communications. Nancy brings an extensive wealth of knowledge, insight and education to her clients and gives them the essential skills necessary to handle any situation with style and aplomb. PRINTABLE BIO
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