PJ helps organizations and individuals create conversations that are sincere, succinct, and that plug directly into the emotional drivers that move people to action.
A former top producer in real estate, insurance, and the brokerage markets—PJ Sawvel is an accomplished face-to-face communicator. In addition to this, in the mid-1990s, PJ changed lanes and became an award-winning investigative reporter, founding president of a grassroots non-profit, and later, author of the 2014 Global E-Books Gold Medal winner Under the Influence: The Town That Listened to Its Kids. (A fascinating story that demonstrates the power of communication to transform a community.)
These roles give her the rare insider’s view of the connections that exist between intentions, words, and the target audience—and the subsequent results. Using unconventional questions and visual tools, PJ unleashes innovative ideas that let attendees see for themselves the excelling value of focused communication that works.
2014 GLOBAL E-book Award for “Under the Influence: The Town That Listened to its Kids.”
“P J’s real life scenarios create a desire in all of us to implement the changes.”
“P J’s enthusiasm kept us fully engaged and we came away knowing we could use the tools.”
Ismael, V.P. Sales
"I love it when someone can engage my brain. PJ did that with her demonstrations and stories. I would rate this program at the TOP."
PJ Sawvel, a member of the National Speakers Association, is available for keynotes, breakouts, and workshops. Her current topics include: When Change is Better than Dollars (Increase promotability. Instead of avoiding issues, learn to use challenging workplace dynamics—coupled with three focusing tools—to develop profitable communication skills. Watch your stress go down, productivity go up, and professional value skyrocket. Then, the dollars will follow.
FAST TRACK (Designed for new hires and college seniors, this innovative program accelerates acceptance and advancement in the workplace by demonstrating how to give employers what they really want—effective communication that really works.)