Beverly Inman-Ebel

Beverly Inman-Ebel

Beverly Inman-Ebel is a speech-language pathologist with a special interest in effective adult interaction. As founder and CEO of TLC, Talk Listen Communicate, LLC, Beverly and her staff work with companies, organizations, and individuals to achieve permanent and positive change in behavior.

Beverly has authored numerous articles under the title, Communication Please (Meridian Publishing, Ogden, Utah). She has also participated in a White House conference on brain development and learning with President and Mrs. Clinton. Since 1996, Beverly has served on the Tennessee Governor’s Task Force on Women Business Owners. She was chosen as the 1998 recipient of the Jane Cozby Henderson Woman of Achievement award. Receiving her B.S. in Speech and Hearing Science with High Honors and her M.A. in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Tennessee, Beverly has also received post graduate certification in Silva Mind Control in Loredo, TX and Myo Functional Therapy in Coral Gables.

Beverly is the author of Talk is Not Cheap and The Bill of Responsibilities: The Missing Sequel to The Bill of Rights.
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Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the relationship of motivation to your emotional intelligence, and why understanding EQ is critical to 21st century employee management.
Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the concept of emotional intelligence (EQ), why it’s the extension of being self-aware, and the benefits of it.
Beverly Inman-Ebel joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why we need to get off of social media more, complain less and take more responsibility for our own behavior and future.