Kathleen’s straightforward and easy-to-follow advice leaves participants feeling empowered and energized to communicate their passions to the world.” -Kristen McAvoy | Senior Program Coordinator, Vital Voices Global Partnership

WOMEN’S WORKSHOPS: UNLEASH YOUR VOICE

The facts:

  • Women earn $.81 on the dollar compared to men.

  • Women hold only 26.5% of seats in the U.S. Congress.

  • Women hold just 7% of CEO positions at Fortune 500 companies.

I bet, as a woman in the workforce, these stats don’t surprise you. You may have felt that discrimination firsthand. How many times have you started to speak at a meeting, only to be interrupted by a man who either shuts your idea down or co-ops it? Is there anything you can do to change that scenario, and help change those numbers?

Yes.

You can learn to use your voice in the most effective way possible.

This interactive workshop is designed to address the specific communication needs of women. Women leave feeling inspired and motivated because I give them concrete and actionable tips they can use to speak with confidence, connect with their audience, and make their message stick.

So stop underestimating yourself. Learn how to:

  • Control your narrative

  • Turn passive listeners into active listeners

  • Use body language to your advantage

  • Understand that subtleties in speech can send messages of success or uncertainty

Please call to discuss how I can customize this high impact seminar for your group.

Praise for Kathleen:

Kathleen’s public speaking and networking trainings are invaluable pieces of our leadership training, and the young women consistently report that her guidance allows them to unlock potential that they did not know they had. Kathleen has trained HERlead Fellows for the past 4 years demonstrating her commitment to helping women and girls find their voices, and Vital Voices is honored to work with her.”

-Kristen McAvoy, Senior Program Coordinator, Vital Voices Global Partnership

“…only one thing is more frightening than speaking your truth. And that is not speaking.”
– Audre Lorde