For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved people and I’ve loved words. I often marvel at the fact that my life’s journey has brought me to a place where I get to bring those two loves together each day in my work.
Over the last 20 years in the field of communication, I’ve learned that it’s not enough to tell people, “You have to communicate.” As a directive, that statement isn’t helpful because what it means to communicate effectively means something different to each of us.
What we need are tools and practical strategies that help us raise our level of self-awareness and strengthen our communication abilities. My goal is to make that process easier for folks who understand it to be a necessary part of the healthy relationships they desire, both personally and professionally.
Thank you for visiting my website and learning more about how I carry out my mission through speaking and executive coaching.
Amber helped me find myself. The woman outside of the leader and the CEO.
She helped me gain confidence, to hold my head up, to find joy, and understand the possibilities that exist when I recognize who I am and walk confidently in that knowing.
I work with organizations that value their people and want to prove it by having healthy communication practices and a positive company culture.
As an executive life coach, I work with high-achieving, public-facing women on the brink of their next level.
Dr. Amber L. Wright is a relationship communication expert and founder of Words Well Said, a personal development company that helps organizations do a better job at making their people feel seen, heard, and valued. As an executive coach and speaker, she guides leaders toward expressing their highest selves with authentic authority and grace. Her popular TEDx Talk entitled, “Ask Better Questions to Build Better Connections,” has inspired people all over the world to become stronger communicators in their everyday lives. She has been mentioned in Fast Company, Essence, and Mashable, and is the creator of Can We Talk? Cards – 50 questions designed to help you take the guesswork out of small talk.