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madelaine landry of listen hear

Madelaine Landry


              Madelaine Brauner Landry is the owner of Listen Hear, LLC, located in the SEED Center, Lake Charles. As a consultant-coach-trainer, she designs and facilitates interactive sessions that assist your company’s management and staff, helping them to realize
their hidden communication potential.

           With over two decades of communication experience, she formerly served as a Communication Studies Adjunct Instructor for LSU Eunice and UL Lafayette. She has also served as the Executive Director of the LSUE Foundation, Communication Manager for Ascension Parish government and as the Coordinator the St. Charles Adult Literacy Program. Additionally, she was the Business Development Coordinator for two successful civil engineering firms in the state. A communications professional, experienced in working in various workplace environments, she understands the need for strong interpersonal, organizational and comprehensive communication skills.

           Ms. Landry has also published articles and features in many local publications about communication skills, economic development and various other business-related topics. Her work has been featured in The Advocate (Baton Rouge); Acadiana Profile and The Daily Advertiser (Lafayette); and most recently in THRIVE and The Voice (Lake Charles). Additionally, she co-hosts a radio program, Rock and Roll Gumbo, at KBYS (McNeese State University) radio. 

Guiding your team through customized facilitated sessions allows them to concentrate on active listening in a space where everyone can be heard. With the time and tools to identify, assess and sharpen their listening skills, skills they already possess, your company’s leaders will feel more engaged and valued. 

Contact Listen Hear today at listenhearmbl@gmail.com.

This is the first step in empowering your organization’s best assets: Your emerging leaders! 

 Member of the SWLA Economic Development Alliance
Member of the Jeff Davis Chamber of Commerce.





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