Choose from one of her leadership topics by world renowned leadership expert John C. Maxwell.
Or, one of her Signature topics: Foundations for a THRIVING Life or Healthy Boundaries
Using her leadership experience of 30 years in a Fortune 500 corporate environment, and 10+ years in non-profit environments, Debbie understands real-world challenges.
Debbie has a straight-forward transparent approach that will encourage, motivate and inspire an audience of any size!
To inquire: Contact Debbie
Delivery options include conference style, lunch n’ learn, mastermind, retreat, workshop
Be inspired as you consider the topic of your choice! “In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
How many people seek to thrive in life, but find themselves continually striving for
A thriving life means you have serenity in the midst of the ups and downs of
A thriving life is not determined by your circumstances. Rather, it is determined by your
foundation. Your foundation is based on solid life processes put into action today,
- the 7 steps that make-up a solid foundation for a thriving life
- key ingredients that makes each step successful
- the “reality” of each step to challenge your thinking
- the hard truth of why a thriving life may be escaping you
- encouragement and inspiration to take action!
Healthy Boundaries for Women Who Lead
Many people have a hard time establishing boundaries or find it hard to maintain boundaries. Healthy boundaries are critical to keep stress from winning and to eliminate ongoing struggles.
Life is tough! Boundaries are not an option!
Topics include: what healthy boundaries are, the use of words, implementing boundaries, how to stick to boundaries and more. Includes a boundary setting worksheet.
We will debunk the many myths that surround boundaries. Myths like:
- boundaries are selfish
- boundaries are harmful
- boundaries cause other issues
- boundaries don’t really matter
Healthy Boundaries for Women Who Lead provides the motivation and information to begin setting intentional boundaries now.
John C. Maxwell Leadership Topics
15 Laws of Invaluable GROWTH
Growth is something we must constantly do. Without it, people become stagnant, potential is left unrealized and the world missed out on the greatness you have to offer!
Develop yourself so you have the best chance of becoming the person you were created to be.
* Intentionality ~ Growth doesn’t just happen
* Awareness ~ You must know yourself to grow
* Consistency ~ Motivation get you going – Discipline keeps you growing
* Environment ~ Growth thrives in conducive environments
* Pain ~ Good management of bad experiences leads to great growth
* Trade-offs ~ You have to give up to grow up
* Curiosity ~ Growth is stimulated by asking why?
“Live these laws and reach your potential” ~ John C. Maxwell
Everyone Communicates, Few CONNECT
If you connect with others – one-on-one, in groups, with an audience – your sense of community improves and your ability to create teamwork increases. People who connect with others have better relationships, experience less conflict and get more things done than those who cannot connect.
* Connecting is all about others
* Connecting goes beyond words
* Connecting always requires energy
* Connectors do the difficult work of keeping it simple
* Connectors live what they communicate
“If you wait until you can do everything for everybody, instead of something for somebody, you’ll end up not doing anything for anybody.”— Malcolm Bane
Become a Person of INFLUENCE
Everyone influences others. You don’t have to be in a high-profile occupation to be an influencer; whenever your life connects with another person, you exert influence. Everything you do – at home, at work, at play – has an impact on the lives around you. No matter what your goals are in life you can achieve them faster, you can be more effective and the contribution you make can be longer lasting if you learn to become a person of influence.
“There have been meetings of only a moment, which have left impressions for life, for eternity. No one can understand that mysterious thing we call influence… yet…everyone of us continually exerts influence, either to heal, to bless, to leave marks of beauty; or to wound, to hurt, to poison, to stain other .”— J.R. MILLER, The Building of Character
Learning to lead effectively can be a real challenge. It’s true leadership is not easy to learn, but what worthwhile thing is? Gain the gold nuggets – learning more about leadership will make a difference in you, and you will make a difference in others. Relationships, Equipping, Attitude, Leadership
* The toughest person to lead is yourself
* Get in the zone and stay there
* Keep your mind on the main thing
* The choices you make, make you
“Most people don’t lead their lives; they just accept them.”—John Kotter
Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You LEARN
John Maxwell states, “Life’s greatest lessons are gained from our losses.” Everyone has experienced loss personally or professionally. Along with loss come pain, but so does the opportunity for tremendous learning and an abundant future. Light the path to a more fulfilling life by examining loss, not from measuring what one does not have, but how loss can bring abundance.
* The spirit and foundation of learning
* Being teachable and dealing with adversity
* Turning problems into opportunities
* The value of learning and winning
“God asks no man whether he will accept life. That is not a choice. You must take it. The only choice is how.” – Henry Ward Beecher
Conference, Lunch n’ Learn, Mastermind, Retreat, Workshop
- Time frame and content customized to meet your needs.
- Topic of your choosing.
- Learning materials are provided for all Lunch n’ Learn, Workshops or Speaking Engagements.
- Follow-up accountability is also included.
To inquire about speaking engagements: Contact Debbie
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