I had the opportunity to teach a six week public speaking class at Salesforce Tower and as our students are preparing for graduation on 25-August, I thought I would take a moment to reflect on a few things. For instance, how we got here and what I've learned. I thought I would share what I … Continue reading The 5 Things I Learned from Teaching Others about Public Speaking…
I hate public speaking. I absolutely detest it. I know these are strong words to describe something that I do quite often, but a myriad of things run through my mind every time I am about to stand up and speak. The running monologue in my head goes something like, what if you trip and … Continue reading You Want to Speak at a Salesforce Event? We Want to Help!
The second post in a series of defining and justifying the creation of a Center of Excellence to support Salesforce.
Thank you to everyone that attended my talk in the Admin Theatre on 19-May at Salesforce World Tour London. As promised, I am uploading my slides, along with some links to other relevant items that were mentioned during my talk. Firstly, the slides: Blazing the trail from Solo admin to CoE A previous blog post that … Continue reading Blazing the Trail from Solo Admin to CoE
Here are the slides I used from my London DUG & WiT Super Meet Up. Personal Branding v3
A few weeks ago, I had the good fortune to be selected to speak at Southeast Dreamin' in Atlanta. The topic I chose was about moving from being a solo admin to creating a CoE (Center of Excellence). I could not have been more pleased at how well the session went and the amazing … Continue reading Solo Admins: Are You Spinning Plates?
First off, thank you to everyone that came to my talk at Southeast Dreamin'. I had so many great pieces of feedback and people telling me how what I said really resonated with them. This is why I do what I do, because of all of you! I am posting the slides and the document … Continue reading Forging the Trail from Solo Admin to Center of Excellence