For training and event planners

Helping you adapt as new norms continue to take shape

As assistants and employers rebuild on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to focus on professional development that reflects evolving norms and needs.

More than ever, it’s critical to make effective use of resources you’ve dedicated to professional development. Whether you’re planning webinar or onsite training,  a conference or a retreat, you have important decisions to make. I’m here to help you meet your training needs.

Customized training to support your goals

I bring expertise, and also make time to understand your specific needs. You can expect me to ask questions about your audience as well as your goals and expectations, and any challenges to be overcome. I’ll listen, and then draw on my extensive experience and engage in research to customize your presentation.

Virtually yours – or in person, if that proves practical

Flexibility is the order of the day, and we’re dealing with unknowns. Some clients have decided to continue with the virtual approach to training in 2021. In other instances, clients and I are preparing to work together while watching how things unfold in order to determine whether such events will unfold in person or virtually.

Connecting with your audience

Having spent much of my career as an executive assistant, I respect and understand my audiences. I’ve walked their walk in addition to having been a corporate trainer, and we connect with one another.

Some resources for you
Shall we talk?

Feel free to drop an email to exceptionaleas@gmail.com – or click here to let me know what you’re looking for.

A sampling of my presentations

Here’s a look at a few of my presentations, beginning with some that reflect changes in how we work.

Meetings, minutes and communications, including mitigating cyber risks
Resilience, confidence, goal setting, performance reviews and negotiating skills
Professionalism, communications and stakeholder relations, personal branding and your value proposition – emotional and cultural intelligence

Click here for feedback from assistants, clients and more

Business acumen: adding value through enhanced understanding of business practices
Governance: understanding the board’s role, and supporting a board

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