Tricia Molloy is a motivational leadership speaker with solid content and relevant strategies that participants can apply immediately to support their success.Through these professional development programs, she will inspire your people to:
These entertaining, interactive programs can be customized to your organization’s initiatives or event’s theme, including sales, customer service, leadership, teamwork and wellness. Join organizations like GE, AT&T, The Home Depot and the Network of Executive Women and reap the benefits of Working with Wisdom. .
All programs are customized and may be followed up by individual and group coaching/consulting sessions.
Did you know that universal laws are always at work that either support or sabotage our success? Laws like “The Universe abhors a vacuum” and “What you focus on expands.” Capitalize on the power of your subconscious mind and these laws to achieve goals faster and easier. Participants develop critical leadership skills, boost productivity, build authentic relationships and banish stress. Learn how to master the five-step CRAVE system:
This program can be customized to focus on sales, customer service, leadership, teamwork wellness or other specific organization goals or event themes.
End your next conference with a CRAVE Your Conference Goals! action workshop. Attendees can reflect on what they learned and the connections they made, create a plan of action, and apply the above five CRAVE steps to make it happen. When attendees experience tangible, bottom-line results from your conference, they will be more likely to register for the next one and tell others!
As a conference organizer and attendee, I know how common it is to return from an event, store away your materials and cards, and get back to business as usual. At the Network of Executive Women Leadership Summit last year, we concluded with the ‘CRAVE Your Conference Goals!’ action workshop and it made our event more meaningful and memorable. Attendees got so much out of it that we hired Tricia this year to repeat her program.” Jeffery Tobias Halter, National Leadership Summit Designer Network of Executive Women
The most successful salespeople are those who maintain a positive attitude and stay focused. However, it’s easy to get discouraged and distracted these days. Tricia Molloy inspires sales professionals to capitalize on the power of their subconscious mind and life-changing principles to achieve sales goals faster and easier. They’ll learn simple strategies for success by following the five-step CRAVE system:
Five Simple Steps to Reach Your True Potential at Work High-potential professional women often don’t pursue rewarding career advancements because they lack the confidence to clarify and communicate their needs and aspirations. They frequently assume they’re not fully qualified for promotions and fear that added responsibilities will hurt their families and personal lives. The organizations fail to reap these employees’ full potential and the women limit their ability to learn, lead and earn more money. While organizations may offer mentors and sponsors, leadership training, and family-friendly policies, it usually comes down to the mindset of the candidate. Through the customized, interactive CRAVE Career Advancement program, women employees will learn how to assess new opportunities and make empowered choices that benefit themselves and their organizations by following the five CRAVE strategies:
Professionals who have a clear sense of purpose enjoy their work and are more likely to excel at it. In this program, we’ll explore how to define your life purpose and four other success strategies. What we choose to think, feel, say to others, and ourselves and believe to be true creates our reality. Commit to create your reality by design and not default through this simple five-step DESIGN formula:
Seven Smart Strategies for Less Stress and More Success
In a world where the professional and personal demands of our lives often collide and compete, we long for more balance or integration. In this innovative, engaging program, we’ll identify why you want more balance and what you’re balancing. Then, we’ll explore seven smart strategies to reduce stress and manage your mindset, energy and time to improve your work-life balance.
You’ve heard about the power of vision boards to clarify and manifest goals. Invite Tricia Molloy to facilitate an entertaining, engaging vision board workshop for your employees and business associates.
It’s a great way to enhance teamwork, increase productivity and improve work-life balance.
When pursuing goals, which “G” do you prefer and utilize most: Grace, Grit, or Gratitude? Most people tend to rely on one over the others, depending on personality and temperament. This interactive, engaging workshop helps participants understand the value of blending all three for a more effective and soulful journey toward realizing personal and professional goals. They will learn how to apply these key concepts and leave with practical tools they can implement in each of these areas.
Angela Buttimer will discuss how grace, through mindful presence, intuition, actions and timing, can allow your goals to more easily come forth. She will facilitate experiential practices to integrate this concept. Angela is a professional speaker, corporate trainer, Huffington Post contributor, licensed psychotherapist, and Emory-certified coach. The author of “CALM: Choosing to Love Mindfully” and the owner of Atlanta Center for Mindfulness & Well-Being, she has been featured on Newstalk 1160 AM Radio and on NBC 11 Alive.
Dennis Buttimer will talk about grit: how focus and determination really make a difference. He will also discuss some of the latest findings in positive psychology. Dennis is a professional speaker, Huffington Post contributor, Emory-certified coach, and corporate trainer. The author of “CALM: Choosing to Love Mindfully” and the owner of Atlanta Center for Mindfulness & Well-Being, he has been featured on CNN and Newstalk 1160 AM Radio.
Tricia Molloy will share five strategies to cultivate that attitude of gratitude so participants can stay positive and build their support system. Tricia is a corporate leadership speaker on achieving goals and improving work-life balance, and the author of “Working with Wisdom.” She has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and is a contributing author in “Good Business: Putting Spiritual Principles Into Practice at Work.”
Got Mojo? Mojo is a multi-faceted state of being that is connected to feelings of vitality, ease, personal power, radiance, and focus. Participants will be guided through the 3 Ps: Presence, Positivity, and Purpose, and learn how to find and maintain their mojo. They will leave with a deep understanding of how each concept can be easily applied to their lives.
Angela Buttimer will guide participants through experiential mindfulness principles and practices that allow them to connect with their own powerful presence and discuss how this connection is essential to access and maintain abiding mojo. Angela is a professional speaker, corporate trainer, Huffington Post contributor, licensed psychotherapist, and Emory-certified coach. The author of “CALM: Choosing to Love Mindfully” and the owner of Atlanta Center for Mindfulness & Well-Being, she has been featured on Newstalk 1160 AM Radio and on NBC 11 Alive.
Dennis Buttimer will discuss the latest neuroscience around positive psychology and guide participants through practical applications of these principles. Dennis is a professional speaker, Huffington Post contributor, Emory-certified coach, and corporate trainer. The author of “CALM: Choosing to Love Mindfully” and the owner of Atlanta Center for Mindfulness & Well-Being, he has been featured on CNN and Newstalk 1160 AM Radio.
Tricia Molloy will share the three key ingredients of defining your life purpose and how to use that purpose to make wise decisions. Tricia is a corporate leadership speaker on achieving goals and improving work-life balance, and the author of “Working with Wisdom.” She has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and is a contributing author in “Good Business: Putting Spiritual Principles Into Practice at Work.”
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