Developing Social Intelligence with Shako Lokman

For many people, one of the scariest things they encounter daily is how to handle themselves in public social settings. It can raise even the most accomplished leaders’ anxiety and hamper their message and fluidity in communicating with others.

This week on Vibrant Life Allies, we are joined by Shako Lokman, a social intelligence and communication coach. Shako helps people who wish to become better communicators and develop social intelligence. This ranges from people struggling with social anxiety to managers and public leaders looking to sharpen their social skills. This is a wonderful episode for anyone looking to grow stronger in social settings and learn better communication skills. You don’t want to miss it!

Episode Highlights

  • Working on developing social intelligence

  • Using Inner and Outer Work to develop social intelligence

  • Being in your truth, how to be in your truth

  • Learning to communicate your purpose

Thank you for tuning in this week with another amazing guest. If you’re enjoying the show, please leave us a review and share with a friend. Thanks for listening!

Connect with Shako:

Shako's Instagram

Shako's Facebook

Shako's Website

Shako's YouTube

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