creating memorable experiences
In his article entitled Why Panels Suck, Reid Hoffman blasts panelists and facilitators for being dull, shallow, and uninspiring. He's right––most of them are.
Speakers too. It's as if they don't see their opportunity to give the audience something memorable, make human connections, or provide some insight that will motivate them to action.
But not me. Anytime I'm on stage––whether it's participating or facilitating a panel, giving a keynote talk, or sitting down for a fireside chat––my number one goal is to inspire.
sharing compelling stories
I do that by being vulnerable, telling compelling stories, challenging the status quo, and sharing a point of view that people will ponder for days and weeks after they leave.
I see public speaking as an opportunity to make a positive impact on the world, spark dialogue, and affect change.
I offer three signature talks: they are each customizable for length and audience.
Telling Personal Stories in Professional Settings
How to harness the power of vulnerability to connect, build trust, and inspire others to greatness.
THE POWER OF PURPOSE-DRIVEN LEADERSHIP
How to use your intrinsic motivators to lead with empathy and inclusion.
CULTIVATING AN INNOVATIVE CULTURE OF BELONGING
How leading with curiosity creates a psychologically safe environment where everyone feels empowered to contribute.
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