MVP Seminars Key Note Speakers & Business Trainers
As a championship Coach, Coach McKenzie speaks on the importance of trust, handling adversity as a team, clear and concise communication, knowing your role, appreciating your teammates and co-workers. His presentation inspires team building around common goals, encourages trust, enhances productivity and morale and teaches techniques of empowerment with the goal of becoming a Championship team.
Certified in the most effective programs including advanced leadership, personal accountability and seven habits of highly effective people. His programs are focused on the art of Business Development, Customer Service and effective business systems.
An international trainer and seminar leader who has inspired thousands of sales people, management and employees to higher levels of productivity.
Known for her content rich background as a leading authority in the education and business industry specializing in managing change initiatives, productivity, critical thinking and problem solving and business writing.
Trained in psychology, she has more than 30 years' experience in her field as an acclaimed national speaker, trainer, coach and author. During her tenure at City College of San Francisco, which has arguably the most diverse population of any college in the United States, she rose to the challenge of helping people connect and communicate across differences. Before her early “retirement”, she not only taught psychology, but also provided training for major organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area on leadership, teambuilding, stress management, communication and conflict, and gender issues. During those training sessions, she honed the skills necessary to make sure that all participants were comfortable contributing to the interaction. After retirement, she wrote The Confident Introvert, written to help introverts, who are as much as 51% of the population, thrive in a culture that idealizes extroversion. She then realized that many leaders have no idea how they much they are alienating what she calls the “quietly brilliant” nor how much stress these individuals suffer in a rapidly-paced, outgoing workplace, and she returned to speaking and training to help introverts and extroverts connect and communicate.