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Utilizing Repetition In Your Communication, with Lee Caraher

Episode 02

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Lee McEnany Caraher is the founder and CEO of Double Forte, a national public relations and digital media agency, based in San Francisco, that works with beloved consumer, technology, and wine brands. Lee is a highly sought after communications expert known for her business building acumen and insights.

Lee is also an acclaimed author and speaker and a recognized expert on creating high performing, positive, intergenerational workplaces. Through her work, she shows companies and non-profit organizations how to embrace the qualities of different generations, reduce negative dynamics between people, and how to recognize the significant benefits of shifting the definition of loyalty from a long tenure of employment to a lifetime of allegiance regardless of employment status.

Lee is active in her community and sits on the Board of Governors of Public Advocates and the Executive Board of Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, 2021. She is also on the Board of Directors of the PR Council, the national trade association for Public Relations agencies. She previously served on the boards of KQED Public Media, San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral, Community Gatepath, and St. Paul’s Choir School, among others. A graduate of Carleton College, Lee has a degree in medieval history which she finds useful every day. She splits her time between San Francisco, Eau Claire, and New York.

What you will learn in this episode:

  • Why you can never over communicate
  • The biggest red flag in communication
  • What the first mantra of communication is
  • How to talk with your teammates or coworkers
  • Why being repetitive is not inefficient and how to use it in your workflow
  • The best software and apps to make repetition easier
  • How to surround people with the message that they need to be successful
  • Lee’s recommendation of her favorite book on communication “Leadership and the Art of Conversation” by Kim Crisco


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