"I wanted to enhance my communication skills and ability to come across as knowledgeable in my field, so I hired Mary Gannon for a personal session.
Mary came prepped with material and exercises specifically geared toward my goals, and I have to say, it was one of the most intense, helpful and fun experiences I've had in my career. I walked out of the session with a new awareness and set of skills that have directly impacted my ability to thrive in my position and communicate with confidence in any professional situation."

Wendy Raymer,
Director, U.S. Community Affairs,
BMO Financial Group

About Mary Gannon

About Mary

Mary Gannon is a nationally recognized strategist, facilitator and communication coach. She helps clients identify appropriate messaging, effectively engage audiences and convincingly communicate key points to the media, analysts, customers, employees and shareholders. Mary also develops management team members and sales executives in planning and delivering powerful presentations to important internal and external stakeholders.

Clients describe Mary's customized coaching sessions as "highly energized,” “insightful, ” “impactful” and “confidence-building.”

Mary founded Mary Gannon Communications in 2005 after spending a decade working exclusively with Chicago training company Media Strategy. Mary’s boutique firm delivers executive coaching with a focus on media training and presentation skills for C-level executives, managers, sales teams and business people. She works independently or partners with other public relations firms to coach executives in the world’s leading companies. The bulk of her experience is with Fortune 500 companies, but she also coaches doctors, attorneys and authors.

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Ms. Gannon’s background as a reporter at CNN in Atlanta and WGN-Television in Chicago allows her to help clients communicate confidently and her positive coaching style invariably brings out the best in executives. Her sessions are customized to the individual business, situation and need. Analysis, discussion, instruction, videotape and feedback are all part of Mary’s approach.