Today, the very technology that is supposed to help us seems to have consumed us, instead. Personalizing your business, however, is still critical to your success. Discover how to meet the demands of social media and still manage to stay in front of your clients. (Click for full synopsis)
People prefer to do business with people they like, and, for most people, there is no better way to get to know someone than by breaking bread with them. But a lot can go wrong IF you are not prepared! Robin’s method for building solid, productive and profitable business relationships has been featured nationally in Newsweek, on MSNBC – TV, the BBC, Forbes.com, and more. Discover her tips and techniques for building better relationships, increasing sales, and enjoying greater career satisfaction. (Click for full synopsis)
Anyone who has ever had to sit through a dull program knows what NOT to do! But, how do you go about creating a program that will have audiences come to their feet? What are the secrets for designing a compelling, engaging presentation? And how can employees create documents that are equally compelling? What is the meaning of “Plain English”? You will discover these tricks of the trade. Robin can turn anyone into a crowd-pleasing presenter. Say “NO” to “Death by PPT” and “YES” to standing ovations! This can presented as a keynote or half-day program. (Click for full synopsis)
How did this jewel in the desert grow up so fast? More than 5,000 people move to Las Vegas, Nevada every month…drawn to the glitter, the growth, and the opportunity that is unique to this valley locale. Robin Jay has called Las Vegas home for more than 35 years and has experienced much of this city’s phenomenal growth first-hand. She shares anecdotes from her personal experience, working in the hotel industry when it was still controlled by organized crime and the days when Howard Hughes owned much of the city. Go beyond the glitter of Las Vegas Boulevard and enjoy this journey to the heart of what makes Las Vegas the most unique and exciting city in the world! (Click for full synopsis)
Do you work with some people who just don’t seem to understand you? Or perhaps you don’t understand them or what makes them tick. Do you sometimes feel that you aren’t even speaking the same language?
We each relate to the world around us based upon our tendency to lead or take direction. Couple that with our preference to work with others or by ourselves and you will come up with four distinct personality profiles. When we learn to identify the different characteristics of each dimension, our ability to communicate is improved and we no longer encounter the stumbling blocks that used to hold us back. Teams and individuals will be able to incorporate this information immediately for outstanding results and improved communication. (Click for full synopsis)