SPEAKING & TRAINING
On what most would consider mundane topics regarding important issues faced in the workplace, Glenna shines at delivering keynote presentations and education sessions with dynamic style, enthusiasm, humor, real world business stories, and—at times—a relevant song.
5 Reasons You Should Book Glenna For Your Event
She's The "Real Deal”
Attention Grabbing Stories
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Information With Impact
Speaking & Training Clients
Glenna has a wealth of executive industry experience in HR, Training and Development working with world renowned brands, such as: Starbucks, Marshall Field’s, and The Levy Restaurants at Walt Disney World.
Glenna is a professional speaker with NSA – National Speaker Association, and has presented to international, national, and local audiences from dozens to thousands in all types of businesses, associations, franchises,and not-for-profit organizations. Her energetic, authentic, and down to earth style allows the audience to easily engage in the session and leaves them well informed, entertained, and able to immediately apply the information in their professional and personal lives.
Training Topics & Outcomes
All topics can be conducted as a keynote or training workshop and customized to the business and industry. Business leaders, managers, HR professionals and employees who want to advance their career would benefit from these topics.
From Fax to Facebook – Multi Generations in the Workplace
Do you ever ask yourself “How do I talk to and interact with them?” [expand title=”Topic details”] In this time of a multigenerational workplace, “them” is anyone who is not like us!! Participants will gain an understanding of the five generations in the workplace; characteristics of each generation; and leading, managing, communicating and selling to the generations.[/expand]
Leading In the Future – The A,B,C Skills You Need in the New Normal
What skills do you need to influence and lead a team? [expand title=”Topic details”] Business is changing and leaders and managers have to change with it. Participants gain an understanding of key characteristics and skills of the leader; impact of these skills in the workplace; an assessment of their skills; and goal setting.[/expand]
Organizational Savvy – The Art of Positive Politics
Does your organization have rules of engagement that impact relationships? [expand title=”Topic details”] Couple this with personal motivators and you have a dynamic in a company that must be understood and managed. Participants gain an understanding of rules of organizational engagement; the nine political styles; political blind spots; the importance of emotional intelligence; and techniques for communicating and gaining influence.[/expand]
Barely Managing – Start Coaching
When more than one are gathered, you have a team. Now what do you do?! [expand title=”Topic details”] Now you have to manage personalities and determine rules and roles for operating successfully for the best results. Participants will gain an overview of the types and dynamics of teams; roles on the team; components of team building to achieve the best results; structuring teams for maximum output; how to play well with others; team communications; and facilitating teamwork.[/expand]
When Shift Happens – Progressive Coaching for Improved Results
What do you do when “shift happens” in the workplace and an employee’s performance changes. How do you deal with this issue? [expand title=”Topic details”] Participants will learn what to do when employee performance changes; what is progressive coaching; the steps of progressive coaching; how to have a coaching conversation; and the five most common questions regarding employee performance and discipline.[/expand]
Hire Employees Every Day of Their Career – Employee Engagement
Now that you have hired a great employee, how do you engage and keep them? [expand title=”Topic details”] Participants will gain an understanding of the levels of engagement, behavior of engaged employees, employee disengagement, the fiscal impact of engagement, the employee lifecycle, and techniques that impact employee engagement.[/expand]
Using Your IQ to Increase Your EQ – Emotional Intelligence
Did you know that EQ may be more important than IQ? [expand title=”Topic details”] Many experts believe that a person’s emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) may be more important than their IQ and is certainly a better predictor of success, quality of relationships, and overall happiness. Participants will gain an understanding of what is emotional intelligence; the impact and benefits on your personal and professional lives; emotional intelligence competencies and strategies; managing emotions; and developing EQ communication skills.[/expand]
Human Resources Topics
Hiring for Results
You want to hire the best, but how do you do that? [expand title=”Topic details”] This requires knowing up front if a candidate has the skills and abilities necessary to do the job and achieve results. Participants will learn how to analyze top performers and identify required skills; prepare for and conduct behavioral interviews; create competency based questions; conduct the interview; avoid common interview mistakes; and practice interviewing.[/expand]
It’s All about Respect
Do your employees know how to play well with others? [expand title=”Topic details”] Diversity in the workplace is a common theme. Harassment and bullying are on the rise. How can your organization change behavior and be protected from liability? Participants will learn what harassment is; types of harassment; differences in the workplace; the legal implications of harassment; what to do when you receive a complaint; and preventing harassment.[/expand]
Performance Management for Results
You have to give a performance review and you don’t know how to do it. What do you say? How do you set goals? What if you have to give tough feedback? [expand title=”Topic details”] Participants gain an understanding of the perceptions and benefits of performance reviews; what is an effective evaluation; company process and forms; writing great content and commentary; and delivering impactful performance evaluations.[/expand]
For more information on booking Glenna Hecht to speak to your organization, franchise, or association, complete a Contact Form, or call us at 855-447-4111.
Glenna conducts pre-event interviews to ensure the presentation surpasses your goals and objectives. She crafts her presentations to include scenarios and “language” relevant to your industry and organization. She typically books engagements 3-12 months in advance and will make every effort to accommodate and work within your budget.