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  • My most popular speech. Using a “pop quiz” approach, the five psychological Principles Of Influence are taught. Quiz questions get audiences thinking and immediately interacting with the content.

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    High Potential Leaders programs, Kick off events, Small Business Owners, Project Managers
    My most popular speech. Using a “pop quiz” approach, the five psychological Principles Of Influence are taught. Quiz questions get audiences thinking and immediately interacting with the content. Here are some examples:
    • When you are pitching an idea, product or service should you present the weaknesses before or after the strengths? Or not at all?
    • How likely is it that someone will buy a product they don’t need just because they like the salesperson?
    • What’s one of the most strategic things you can say during a pitch to increase your chances of winning business?
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  • Deepen customer relationships and sell more — faster! Learn the three key stories that overcome client objections and close deals.

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    Sales Conferences, Sales Teams, Marketing meetings, Entrepreneurs, Business Developers, Networking groups
    Deepen customer relationships and sell more — faster! Learn the three key stories that overcome client objections and close deals.Audiences leave with specific ideas about what stories they will tell the next time they are sitting across from their customers and clients.
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  • Sell your vision. Capture attention. Increase influence and get better buy-in through the art of purposeful storytelling. Audiences learn six different types of stories.

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    Leadership Conferences, Leadership Development programs, Executive Teams, Up & coming leaders, Kick offs, Small-Mid sized Business Owners
    Sell your vision. Capture attention. Increase influence and get better buy-in through the art of purposeful storytelling. Audiences learn six different types of stories that:
    • paint a picture of the future
    • spread company values
    • build stronger teams
    • manage change
    • share best practices
    • cultivate commitment
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  • Improve your executive presence by learning skills actors use to have great stage presence. Audiences learn The Mechanics of Presence framework and then put the skills immediately into action by following Carol through a series of fun and easy to do performance exercises.

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    Executive Teams, Executive Education programs, Leadership conferences, High Potential Leader’s programs, Women’s Leadership programs, Associations, Small-Mid sized Business owners
    Improve your executive presence by learning skills actors use to have great stage presence. Audiences learn The Mechanics of Presence framework and then put the skills immediately into action by following Carol through a series of fun and easy to do performance exercises.Delegates leave with a deeper understanding of how to get seen, be heard and look more confident.
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  • Transform your approach to writing PowerPoint presentations by using these little known TV sitcom writing techniques. Delegates leave with easily implemental guidelines that will improve their very next PowerPoint deck.

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    Professional development programs, Small Business Owners, New employee onboarding, Analysts, IT experts, Engineers. Perfect for a lunch and learn!
    Transform your approach to writing PowerPoint presentations by using these little known TV sitcom writing techniques. Delegates leave with easily implemental guidelines that will improve their very next PowerPoint deck:
    • Discover how to “hook” your audience and keep them engaged
    • Never again run over your allotted speaking time
    • Learn what (and what not) to put on your slides
    • Determine the best ending to get your audience to do what you want them to do
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  • Stop getting in your own way. Over the last 20 years, Carol has coached hundreds of successful career women. Find out how these leaders finally broke through the glass ceiling — without getting cut.

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    Diversity & Inclusion programs, Women’s Associations, Women’s networking groups, High Potential Women

    When What You Say Doesn’t Match What I See, You’ve Got a Branding Problem

    Don’t Become Known as Miss Interpretation

    Keep Your Make-Up Between You and Your Mirror

    The Misstep of Stilettos

    Stop getting in your own way. Over the last 20 years, Carol has coached hundreds of successful career women. Find out how these leaders finally broke through the glass ceiling — without getting cut. Mistakes include:
    • QTIP = Quit taking it personally
    • Sorry, not sorry
    • Don’t be Binder Girl
    • Keep your make-up between you and the mirror
    • The misstep of stilettos
    • Watch out for Miss Interpretation
    • Too much skin in the game
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  • Manage your apprehension and show up looking confident. Audiences leave with specific mental, physical and emotional techniques to cope with performance anxiety right away.

    Best audience:

    Trainings, Individual contributors who aren’t quite ready for their next step, anyone struggling with “the imposture syndrome”.
    Manage your apprehension and show up looking confident. Audiences leave with specific mental, physical and emotional techniques to cope with performance anxiety right away.Tips include:
    • Breathe in power and confidence. Exhale stress and anxiety
    • Muscle through, literally. Activate your muscles to release adrenaline
    • Visualization: why it works
    • Serve the group
    • Even stars get stage fright
    • Plus, dozens more
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