I have enjoyed making presentations about women’s leadership skills and opportunities to many community and business groups. For more information about inviting me to speak to your group, please contact me.
Here is a partial list of groups I have addressed:
- Heart2Heart Toastmasters — Oakland
- Mt Diablo Business Women — Lafayette
- East Bay Women’s Network — Alameda
- Speaker Talent Search — Concord and Pleasanton
- Spring Forward 2015 — Concord
- CSIX — Saratoga
- Rotary of Vallejo
- Job Connections — Danville
- Experience Unlimited — San Francisco / Contra Costa
- Silicon Valley Direct Sellers — San Jose
- Making Connections — Vallejo
- Fall Into Balance 2015 (Emcee) — Walnut Creek
- Marin Professionals — San Rafael
- Professional Convention Management Association — Toronto, Canada
- International Society of Political Psychology — US , Canada, Mexico and Europe
Who Me – A Leader: What does that have to do with speaking? 4 Tips for Speakers on Understand what Leadership really means to a speaker.
- Identify if you are already a Leader and are demonstrating your leadership on stage.
- Understand why communicating as a Leader is so important to being a successful speaker.
Leadership: Be Creative in Your Approach
Keeping the momentum high to reach your vision and complete the plan when life happened to knock you off course is critical to success.
You’ve created the vision and set the plan in place to reach your goals. Yet, life happens@ No matter how many plans you set for the day, distractions and diversions will knock you off course – not to mention those who think you are out of your mind for having your vision. Successful leaders bring a creative approach to their day keeping their momentum high and the course corrections minor.
Leadership in the Job Interview
In today’s job market, leadership is one of the major areas of expertise that employers are requesting. When you are exploring job opportunities in the top companies and organizations, one of the key areas that will help you to stand out is showing the interviewer that you know how to and can lead a group of people to success. In this presentation, I will teach you the five most important things that will show the interviewer that you are indeed a leader.
Who Me – A Leader? How Do You Step in and Own Your Leadership
- Learn from other great leaders to continually improve and be more effective.
- Learn from your mistakes or be destined to repeat them.
- Learn that leaders are defined by their actions not by what they know.
Who Me – A Leader?
- What is leadership?
- Why are women afraid of transcending into leadership?
- What does it take to be a leader?
- How do I get off the recruitment roller coaster and begin to retain my team?