Presentations wendy

Wendy designs customized presentations around the concept of being a champion regardless of the challenges life throws in your path. Recent titles include:

Corporate Champions
“You have to learn the rules of the game.  And then you have to play better than anyone else.” – Albert Einstein 
Do you want to avoid de-railing your career?  Better yet, do you want to rise to the top?  This presentation includes the five big, often unwritten rules of corporate success.  It sets the stage that can turn average performers into great performers.  Mini-book included.

Be Brave Enough
“To the world you may be one person but to one person you may be the world.” – Bill Wilson, co-founder AA
A keynote that celebrates authenticity, transformation, and confidence while paying homage to the times we find ourselves climbing mountains that feel steeper and higher than anyone else’s. Through stories and humor, the speaker reminds us that the higher the mountain, the better the view from the top.  Be Brave Enough is about finding your voice and using it to make a difference.  Now more than ever, we need each other.

You Are Your Own Champion: The game plan for success
Personal success comes from using coaches, recruiting great teammates, developing a game plan, rebounding when adversity strikes, and believing in self-worth. This interactive program is designed as a college orientation program.  It inspires students to become the best possible version of themselves, no matter the challenge, while giving them the tools they need to stay off the bench and in control of the game throughout their lives. Mini-book included.

Rebound: Recovering from sexual assault
Sometimes life gives us more than we can handle…on our own.   Sexual assault is one of those times. This program is designed for both victims and victim advocates.  It’s a heartfelt look at the difficulties of trying to move forward after surviving a sexual assault.  Rebound is a prescription for living a great life in the face of life changing adversity.

Chasing Feedback
Feedback is information.  It tells us what we look like from someone else’s point of view.  We need feedback if we want to reach our potential but we avoid constructive feedback like the plague.  From the handshake to non-verbal language to specific questions to ask, this interactive session teaches participants how to chase feedback and how to handle it.