It's all about understanding audiences, breaking down barriers, and communicating clearly
Peter Yawitz coaches leading executives and other professionals on how to identify and communicate messages clearly to critical audiences. He also works with scores of global equity and fixed income research analysts, portfolio managers, institutional salespeople, traders, private equity groups, and investment managers helping them synthesize and communicate investment information so that messages are purposeful, actionable and timely. He uses his network to give feedback to publicly held management teams on how their stock, company, and guidance are perceived. He then helps teams craft and deliver messages based on investor sentiment and concerns.
His group and private sessions focus on identifying unique value propositions, creating effective and compelling pitches, and speaking with confidence to new, potential and existing clients in presentations, emails, reports, and meetings.
He has taught management communication at Columbia Business School, the MIT Sloan School of Management, the Tuck School at Dartmouth, and Babson College.
He received an undergraduate degree from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.