Speaker

Hire me to speak to your group. Storytelling, humor and optimism are effective tools in transforming any situation. My personal situation - overcoming cancer - taught me about applying these techniques to improve less than ideal situations.

Whether your work environment is in need of repair, or a boost from good to great - the benefit of honing these skills is undeniable and will move your groups forward with enthusiasm and inspiration.

  • Storytelling
  • Improv for improved outcomes
  • Speak Clearly
  • Stress Reduction
  • Creativity and Inspiration

Breakout Groups

Storytelling

Storytelling is an essential tool in connecting to identifying to the core of a workplace. Think of the success of Southwest. Employees will learn to better relate with colleagues through simple exercises.

Improv for Improved Outcomes

We've all seen it - the groups that generate ideas and work together, and the ones that seem to deflate and clam up - producing nothing. Applying a few basic improv skills can help turn any group into a more enthusiastic idea building team.

Speak Clearly

A 2015 survey published in the Washington Post said that more than 25% of Americans are afraid of public speaking (that's more than Zombies, ghosts and darkness combined - approximately 23%!). Given a few tools and techniques, everyone has the ability to come out of their shell and be heard.

Stress Reduction

We all know that stress effects your health, thoughts and behavior. Anxiety, restlessness, lack of motivation or focus, and irritability to name just a few. It's easy to feel powerless but techniques to managing stress can be learned and applied - some instantly.

Creativity & Inspiration

The simple act of creating allows you to access parts of your brain that are valuable in solving problems and getting unstuck. Exercising your creativity is freeing and once you start it is impossible not to be inspired. It's a wonderful hand in hand thing that leads to new possibilities.





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