When was the last time you lost track of time in a training or seminar?
In a world full of recycled content and boring trainings, I bring value, brand new ideas, and fun to the training room. People tell me all the time how the time flew by. That is a sign of an inspired participant.
I have a knack for simplifying complex ideas and challenging topics. With subtle humor, a little provocation, and a ton of value, I can quickly and reliably turn a training environment into a learning environment, creating receptivity, inspiration, and an atmosphere where people can play full-out.
Part contrarian, part provocateur, and all value, as a trainer I am talented, approachable, and completely committed to leaving my audience better than I found them.
I don’t bring the old tired and weary content repackaged. I do bring new, fresh, and accessible ideas. Audiences consistently remark that they learned something brand new and heard something they had never heard before.
As a trainer I…
- Challenge people’s thinking without being challenging.
- Help people see things in a different way, without making them wrong about the old way.
- Communicate with people in a way that encourages them to go out and take action.
- Leave people with a new way of thinking and most importantly the ability to implement the tools and take action immediately.
I’ve been leading workshops and seminars professionally for more than 15 years, and it is one of my favorite things to do. Being in a workshop with me is like going on an adventure. The experience reveals itself as we go. There are highs and lows, lots of fun and laughter, and most important, learning.
Consistently, people learn about themselves by connecting, interacting, and being inspired by others.
By the end of our time together, whether it’s two hours or seven weeks, people have a new set of tools with which to positively impact their performance and the performance of people around them.