There are times when nothing beats having someone there in-person to deliver interactive, high energy, informative and practical training and presentations. 925’s Helen Latimer is available for workshops and keynote presentations. All programs are tailored to meet the needs of your group.
Selection of available topics:
Mentoring – The special sauce for business
Presentation skills: If every conversation is a presentation, you better be good
Your value proposition:The key to demonstrating leadership at all stages of your career
Build your personal brand: Showcase your best professional self to launch your career and reach your professional goals
Introduction to LinkedIn: Time to join Canada’s largest social network for business
Advanced LinkedIn: Does your LinkedIn profile need a makeover?
Network like a pro! Conquer your anxiety and build important business relationships
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
‘Your workshop was really great! You provided us a lot of information and your presentation was well organized and professional. It was such a big pleasure to attend the workshop. Thank you once again!’
Natalia, February 23, 2017
‘It was nice meeting you last week at the HRPA conference. I really loved your session and have tried to apply it in my social network life. The results are amazing. I felt more confident and relaxed when I talked to a stranger.’
Maria, February 6, 2017
‘The session was very useful and provided us with valuable information, not only about LinkedIn as a social media outlet, but also about some fundamentals of professional networking and the image we want to reflect about ourselves as professionals.
I appreciate the time and effort Helen put into this training.’
Hala Abdul, February 2016
‘Your workshop [LinkedIn for Job Seekers] today was the most helpful thing I’ve experienced in my entire job search.’
Wendy S. March 2016
‘Helen’s workshop helped to draw out the needs and wisdom of both those just a few years’ into their professional career and those who had been mentors many times over. As a result, we gained a better understanding on how to search for, establish and nurture a fruitful mentorship that would benefit both mentor and mentee.’
Melissa Lobo, April 2016