Like most services we sprouted from a need. Michael, the founder, from research studies and business complaints decided that too many messages were lost between the barriers of generation, culture, technology, and misunderstandings.
We have lost the aspects of how to communicate with other people.
Michael began by running sales workshops, coaching young entrepreneurs and not-for-profits how to promote themselves and their business. Standing as a resource in the field of communication Michael created SpiritVie as the flashy vehicle for sounding the alarm on miscommunication and rebuilding the relationships and trust between companies, their clients, and their employees.
U.S. Communication Competency Levels 2006
Bedrow & Evers
Skill Assessment '10
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