Meet Paul Endress
Paul Endress is an internationally recognized business and interpersonal communication authority and thought leader.
Paul is the author of The Magic of Communication Styles and the creator of the Communication Styles 2.0 model which gives individuals and teams a framework for understanding their natural communication tendencies and the tendencies of those around them as well as the communication patterns these tendencies create.
Since 2001, Paul has modeled the most effective communicators of all time and combined their best practices with the latest research in modern psychology and linguistics to create communication systems and frameworks that can quickly and easily be implemented by any person or group. The condensed result is his four steps of the Communication Revolution.™
Paul is currently working on a project to use artificial intelligence to identify and solve communication problems.
An inspiring speaker, he has helped thousands of individuals and business executives become better communicators through his seminars, speeches, and products.
This includes executives from companies such as Mitsubishi, Chevron, Exxon, Shell, and Halliburton, as well as thousands of other business professionals at corporate events, public seminars, and association conventions.
Paul has been quoted in USA Today, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes magazine and dozens of other leading business publications.
For fun he is a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, plays golf, and collects vintage pinball machines.
Find Your Communication Style Assessment
Everyone has a natural Communication Style - it's a person’s regular or familiar communication patterns and the strategies they use to communicate across a broad variety of situations. In other words, it's how we relate to others.
Here are some quick facts about Communication Styles:
- Everybody (whether they know what it is or not) has a natural Communication Style that he or she uses without thinking.
- You can achieve the best results by adapting your style to the style of the other person(s).
- When you adapt to another person it takes energy because you are doing something that is not natural for you.
- If we’re forced to adapt for an extended period, we eventually run out of energy and revert to our natural style.
- Under stress we tend to revert to our natural Communication Style.
Another characteristic of Communication Styles is that we communicate most easily with people who are most like us or, put another way, those individuals who have a Communication Style that is similar to ours. Conversely, it’s most difficult for us to communicate with those who are not like us and have dramatically different Communication Styles.
The new Communication Styles 2.0 software and algorithm reveals your natural communication tendencies and delivers your Personal Insight Report in less than ten minutes.
The online assessment instantly delivers a customized report full of actionable insights that you and everyone in your group can use to understand each other and get fast improvement - even if you have been communication challenged in the past.