Make your next conference a SUCCESS with Vicki
Vicki delivers keynote presentations, management retreats,
staff relations seminars and all day training work ships. Some
of her topics include custom re service, change, leadership,
and team building. Vicki present work ships for employees, support
personnel, managers, CEO's and board of directors.
Vicki has spoken to thousands of business employees, staff
and mangers and they all come away excited to be part of their
company and ready to take steps to improve employee relations
and the quality of their work.
The Challenge Series
"Together We Can Build a Better
No matter who we are or what we do, life is a continuous series
of challenges. This dramatic series of presentations is designed
to explore the skills needed to successfully face every challenge:
provide quality service, respect others, believe in ourselves,
work as a team, establish solid family relationships, and develop
a positive attitude. By focusing upon these qualities, each
audience member is motivated to face the challenges of building
a better world!
If We're Going to Win This Race, We Need to
Run in the Same Direction!
Challenge: Creating a Team for Success
Imagine if you will... people working together in a positive
environment, sharing ideas, taking risks, supporting one another,
resolving conflicts face to face, and treating others with dignity
and respect. Does this sound like the Twilight Zone? If so,
this information-packed, dynamic presentation is for you! Positive
attitudes and a commitment to cooperation are essential to the
success of any team -- at work or at home. Excellent keynote
Life Would Be Easy If It Weren't for Other
Challenge: Dealing With Difficult People
Life is full of difficult people, situations and demands, but
we never quite learn to live with them. This fast-paced, entertaining
session explores the differences between men and women, touches
on marriage and parenting, and then moves into the workplace
describing the whiner, tattler, gossiper, complainer, and the
employee who says, "That's not my job". Though humorous
and motivational, this presentation is full of information and
techniques that can be applied immediately to home and work
to help people build better relationships, open lines of communication,
and enjoy life a little bit more.
Creating a Vision: A Goal for the Soul
Challenge: Building a Better Future
Unlike goals, a vision is immeasurable. A vision is what makes
life worth living. A vision is what makes you feel GOOD about
getting out of bed in the morning, doing your job with a sense
of pride, and working with others in a spirit of camaraderie.
A vision begins with a belief in yourself because confidence
and self esteem give us permission to take risks, explore new
territory and examine innovative ideas and procedures. This
highly motivational presentation delivers cutting-edge information
about the work force of the 90's, empowerment, total quality
management, and the demands of a global market.
Learning to Say No in a World Full of
Challenge: Learning to Take Charge of
Your Life and Still Be a Caring Person
Stress is often the outcome of too many demands coupled with
our inability to utter a simple "no". This presentation
attacks the problem of over-commitment at both ends, exploring
the manipulative techniques that others use against us and the
underlying factors that too often cause us to give in. In an
entertaining and memorable presentation, skills necessary for
open and honest communication will be discussed.
When I Said I Needed a Vacation, I Didn't
Mean a Guilt Trip!
Challenge: Learning to Handle Guilt
With humor and a flair for drama, this presentation will recreate
scenes from life where people are determined to get their own
way, through manipulation. Spouses, teens, co-workers, friends,
and even 2 year olds are often the agents who try to book us
on the "guilt trip". Learn to say "No" and
plan your own itinerary for life! Great for a luncheon or after-dinner
Everybody Thinks They Can Do My Job,
But Nobody Wants It!
Challenge: Successful, Effective Leadership
Successful managers must address the need for better customer
service, the demand for higher quality and the cry for consistent
leadership. This workshop is designed to empower business managers
in the vital areas of building a successful team, conflict resolution,
interpersonal communication skills, employee morale, a winning
attitude, burnout, self esteem in the workplace and effective
Gimme a Break!
Challenge: Balancing home, career, and
Men and women alike are juggling and struggling with the roles
and demands of home and career. Most of us yearn for another
few hours in each day, but would we use it to relax, vacation,
or get a few needed hours of sleep? Probably not. This entertaining
and informative presentation does not concentrate on the usual
time management, stress or organizational skills approach but
rather focuses on some bottom-line issues that keep us from
getting the most out of life.
"On behalf of the Food and Nutrition Service, I wanted
to express our appreciation to you for your excellent presentation
at our Regional Procurement Conference. Your session was rated
highly by the conference attendees, with such comments as "Great!",
Excellent!", "Very entertaining", and "Wonderful".
United States Department of Agriculture
"Your seminar on "Dealing With Difficult People"
was excellent. It was good and refreshing to see the Bureau
working together to solve problems with clients and to get to
know each other a little better. I know all of the attendees
will be very happy and confident in recommending you to our
meeting planners for their upcoming conventions and meetings."
Director of Convention Services
Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau
"I want to thank you for making me look so good! After
our Friday afternoon break-out session, myself, my boss and
the president of OKCORP have been barraged by calls of thanks
and requests for tapes.
Some of the comments from credit union staff were "Vicki
spoke on family and professional issues so close to my heart,"
and "What an entertaining speaker...I didn't want her session
Oklahoma Corporate Credit Union (OKCORP)