- BRAG! THE ART OF TOOTING YOUR OWN HORN WITHOUT BLOWING IT
Have you ever berated yourself for missing a golden opportunity to talk about yourself and your accomplishments because you were fearful of coming off as too showy or self-serving? Unfortunately, for most of us, brag is still a four-letter word and self-promotion is about as comfortable as having a root canal. There is a way, however, to sell yourself and your ideas without feeling or sounding like a walking billboard. Learn how to toot your own horn (without blowing it) so you can communicate your strengths and accomplishments without appearing like the egotistical, opportunistic braggart your mother warned you about.
- MARKETING YOUR BEST ASSET – YOU!
What do products, politicians and celebrities have in common? They have a brand that is readily identifiable and elicits a strong emotional response. In this competitive business environment, we all need to brand ourselves to differentiate who we are from the rest of the herd. Marketing Your Best Asset – You! is a high-impact, interactive presentation during which participants learn the secrets that winning companies and successful people have always known: Follow the laws of branding to capture the hearts and minds of every audience.
- TAKING YOUR PLACE AT THE CORPORATE TABLE: NAVIGATING THE ISSUES, OBSTACLES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN LEADERS
American women comprise 51% of the workforce, yet they are still being excluded from the Executive Suite. According to senior-level women in a recent study by the research group Catalyst, stereotyping and preconceptions of their roles and abilities are what's holding them back. Additionally, male decision makers at the top misinterpret the natural difference in women’s communication and behavior as an inability to lead—a lack of confidence, strength, and aggressiveness. Taking Your Place At The Corporate Table: Navigating The Issues, Obstacles And Opportunities For Female Leaders combats these stereotypes and misconceptions by teaching participants to tap the best of themselves—their expertise and personality, as well as gender linguistics and behavior— to lead with a compelling, authentic combination of warmth and strength.
- THE HARD TRUTH ABOUT SOFT SKILLS
What’s the hard truth? It’s that soft skills can make or break your career. Recent studies show that careers fail or stall not because of a lack of technical or professional expertise (the hard skills), but rather because of a shortcoming in the soft skills arena. Based on Peggy’s best-selling book, this high-energy, experiential presentation not only provides insights, but also strategies, tools, and techniques for improving your own soft skills repertoire. Since soft skills are some of the hardest skills you’ll ever learn, don’t put off mastering them—or you’ll find yourself learning them the hard way!