Customizable, Foundational, Engaging, Entertaining.


In-person, virtual, or hybrid engaging keynotes are customized to your audience.


In-person, virtual, or hybrid goal-driven meetings that explore, surface, and systematically approach specific client issues.


In-person, small group interactive workshops are available in half-day or full-day options and designed specifically for your group.

Areas of expertise

Below are my areas of expertise and the applicable key learnings for each topic that can be customized to your audience and desired format. While each individual topic can stand on its own, they are most impactful together as a series because they build on and flow into one another.

Generational Diversity

It’s not enough to just understand generational differences. Companies need to embrace the diverse perspectives and experiences each generation brings to the workplace and learn from one another.

In this topic you will learn:

  • What is important to each generation in terms of their beliefs, values, and priorities.
  • How the expression of those values can be misinterpreted across different age groups.
  • How to overcome the misinterpretations.


Feedback is like a gift–it should be timely, thoughtful, and personal. If given correctly, feedback results in stronger working relationships, more engaged employees, and higher performances.

In this topic you will learn:

  • The inherent biases built into performance management systems.
  • The three types of feedback and their appropriate application.
  • The importance of creating employee “psychological safety”.

Messaging & Presence

With so much of our business done virtually, it’s nearly impossible to have a captive audience anymore. An engaging and charismatic presence is crucial to getting your message across with a focus on content and form.

In this topic you will learn:

  • The behaviors and physicalities of engaging executive presence.
  • The basics of effective messaging including unique value propositions.
  • Techniques for both introverts and extroverts.


The workplace of today is made up of people from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and generations making it an enriching environment for mentorships. Both young professionals and senior staff have much to gain from these relationships, and traditional mentorships are a thing of the past.

In this topic you will learn:

  • Alternatives to traditional ways of mentoring.
  • How to embrace diversity through relationships.
  • How to bridge differences and leverage them for mutual gain.

Leading with Strengths

It’s unrealistic and short-sighted of leaders to expect employees to be good at everything. In fact, good leaders look for and celebrate their team’s diversity of “lopsided strengths” and leverage them to collective advantage.

In this topic you will learn:

  • How to build trust on teams by recognizing and maximizing everyone’s unique contributions.
  • How to create a safe space for colleagues to offer and accept help based on their strengths.
  • How to optimize performance by employing a “growth mindset”.

"Hybrid" Workplace

According to “The Economist”, the pandemic has moved the workplace five years into the future. Companies are now in the process of quickly reimagining their offices, preserving their cultures, and/or training and retaining the next generation of employees.

In this topic you will learn:

  • Why senior management may be at odds with employees about coming back into the office.
  • How an organization can preserve their culture if everyone is remote.
  • The mentoring expectations, realities, and opportunities for the next generation of employees.

“We don’t see things as they are,
we see them as we are.”

Anaïs Nin

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