If it’s your job to bring a novel experience to your next conference, corporate function, or association event, you just found the gal who can make it happen.
Get ready for an out-of-the-box, never-before-seen, one-of-a-kind experience. She’ll deliver a powerful message sprinkled with music and comedy crafted specifically for your audience.
Rebecca partners with a diverse set of clients as keynoter, emcee, or playshop facilitator including Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance, Washington Chamber Executives, Women in Manufacturing, National Association of Women in Construction, and Boeing Employees’ Credit Union.
Through its compelling backstory, the making of Walt Disney’s blockbuster film, and the groundbreaking 1964 movie itself, you’ll discover why Mary Poppins IS the practically perfect leadership metaphor. Participants delight in this highly-interactive gamified session.
Optional Session Prep: Watch the 1964 movie Mary Poppins.
Receive: Mary Poppins’ 10 Practically Perfect Leadership Principles
Humans and canines alike can sniff out and size up a good leader in seconds. This humor-filled session digs deep into behavior principles used by successful dog trainers and applies them to the workplace to inspire loyalty, creativity, risk-taking, and physiological safety.
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The journey to become an effective leader can be explained by looking at a simple spectrum. At one end are highly relational personalities; at the other, highly transactional.
In the middle of the spectrum stands a unique, influential, and sought-after personality known as the Transformational Leader: One who addresses challenges with confidence and grace while harnessing strength from both sides. This session encourages reflection, dialogue, authenticity, and the opportunity to elevate and recognize others.
“We hired Rebecca to present three sessions at our 2022 annual Washington Chamber of Commerce Leadership conference. Her connection with the audience was fantastic. Each session was thoroughly engaging and packed with valuable content.”