Over the past 6 months, I’ve been focusing on growing my speaking career.
What I love about speaking on panels or leading workshops is the opportunity to share the knowledge I’ve gathered from over 25 years supporting Economic Development Organizations.
I find that often, team members inside organizations just need some additional training and inspiration in order to get better results in marketing, social media, and PR.
This is something I’m pleased to announce that I offer.
Whether you’re in need of a panelist for an event, a workshop leader, or even receiving training via webinar format, I’m offering tailored presentations based on your needs.
One area I’m looking to speak more on is communicating across generations.
As someone who’s worked with everyone from Generation Z and Millennials to Baby Boomers, I’ve often been confronted by challenges that stem by our different generations.
At the end of the day, it comes down to knowing how to communicate with one another in a whole new way – one based on seeing the best in others and communicating our needs directly.
Today, you can view my demo reel and get an idea of my style… and some teaser content. 🙂
- Maryland Economic Development Association April Conference: Speaker in a Panel on “Finding the Unique Story” – how to create unique messaging that makes your community stand above the rest.
- International Economic Development Council June Conference: Speaker in a Panel on #SoInfluential: Helping the Social Media Entrepreneurs in Your Community.
- International Economic Development Council Annual Conference: Speaker in a Panel on Communicating Across Generations and Moderator for a Panel on Marketing Tools and Techniques for Economic Development Organizations.
- Maryland Economic Development Association’s Economic Development Week Fall Conference: Speaker on Site Selection Data Resources and Tools Panel.
To learn more about my speaking services, just leave a comment below!
And if you know of any colleagues who are may be in need of a workshop leader or speaker, please forward them the link to this post.
‘Til next time,