The Center for Communicating


Work shouldn't be so challenging these days, especially how humans interact with each other!  Everyone, from worker bees to the Queen can learn how to better navigate these dynamic times.  And it all starts with learning how to communicate more effectively.

Brad Schenker is the founder of The Center for Communicating.  An award winning presenter and sales professional, Brad has over 25 years of experience in sales and business development, specializing in growing strategic partnerships and new revenue channels.

One of his personal passions lie in applying improvisational techniques to help people relate, collaborate and lead their organizations and teams.  He incorporates humor, pop culture and stories as a professional and human to uncover starting points that will improve productivity, customer experience and corporate culture which will grow revenues and reduce costs.

Workshops focus on:
  • Interpersonal Workplace Communication
  • Work Culture Improvement
  • Brainstorming Facilitation
  • Team Building

These highly interactive sessions can be designed as two-hour workshops or ongoing individual or group consultation.  Workshops are most effective in small groups, but can easily be designed for any group dynamic and size.

About Brad

Brad has combined his professional experience with his corporate training certification from New York University SCPS and his training in improvisational communication and sketch comedy from Gotham City Improv and The Second City Training Center.  Originally programmed in childhood to be an aerospace engineer, a Navy pilot and NASA astronaut, the Universal Energy Force instead gave Brad a BA in Broadcast Communication, which led to a career in technology and education sales.  It makes perfect sense, just ask him!  He coaches an all-girls FIRST LEGO League robotics team and has volunteered at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, NJ within their Family Advisory Council for the hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.


"Thank you so much!!! Your 'Yes and' message is just perfect for us at this time.  It's important as communications professionals need to keep an open mind when interacting with internal and external stakeholders.  The "Yes and" message gives us pause to think and consider a response that will keep the dialogue open rather than shutting it down." - Vice President, Media Relations - Financial Systems, SunGard