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Motivational Speaker with authencticy, humor, and passion

Chris delivers training and facilitation on multiple subjects, based on her real-world experience as a business leader. She knows how to make the subject matter relatable, impactful, and actionable to people on the front lines of business. Her credibility and authenticity are based on her 30+ years of firsthand experience. 

Managing Millennials – A comprehensive field guide to interaction and relationship building

How to evolve and adapt to get the most out of your Millennial workforce. We start by trying to understand what makes them tick.

· Setting expectations.

· Providing feedback.

· Engaging, mentoring, and assigning work to millennial's.

· Getting them to stay! Stop turning them over as fast as you can hire them.

Developing People – Something we just don’t seem to have time for

Start with yourself. When was the last time you worked on developing you?

Making sure your promoting the right people, for the right reason. How to give them the support they need to be successful. Don’t let them learn by failure.

Make your job much easier in the process!

Animal Spirit Series - A fun and engaging way to address chronic obstacles

 Shark Management: How these characteristics can help us manage. 

  • Sharks are always on the prowl, they do not sleep, they have no hobbies, they NEVER stop moving. If they stop swimming, they die. No shark will pass up an opportunity to eat, but we pass up the opportunity to impact our business every day. 

I have a whole series of “find your animal spirit” and apply it to your management style. It can be expanded to include other animal characteristics. This is a fun, interactive talk, where leaders take an honest look at what is holding them back from being the best they are capable of. A few of the other’s in the series are:

· Frogs (procrastination and time management).

· Buffalo (run towards the problem not away).

· Squirrels (perseverance and grit).

Conflict Management & Resolution


How to recognize and embrace conflict to become more productive. It’s not a bad thing if you use it wisely

  • Recipe for conflict - Ingredients: People, any number more than one.
  • Recipe for conflict - Directions: Require interaction or occupation of the same space.

Tell me and forget, teach me and I remember, involve me, and I learn Benjamin Franklin