What do people say when you enter the room? What do people say when the door shuts behind you?

Have you truly taken stock of yourself by doing a personal audit, googling yourself, updating all social media profiles and taking dynamic head shots? 

Do you possess the foresight to ask your past and present employees, board members, colleagues and network members for references, recommendations and testimonials?  Have you offered in good faith to do the same?

Do you have a circle of trusted advisors who will have your back when the chips are down, celebrate your successes, reason through opportunities and talk you off the ledge in case of emergencies?

Who will walk you into new networking venues? Will you have a well-honed elevator speech once you get there?

Who is in your in your crew?  How does someone become one of your tribe members?  Who makes up your Inner Circle? What are the rules, norms, regulations and tickets for entry?


It does not matter who you are, what your current situation is or where you are headed.  Everyone needs support along a journey—that is, if they want to succeed!  Support comes in all shapes and sizes; therefore, your circle of influence should be vast.  Casting a wider net is key.  Having the skill sets to do so confidently is critical.  Hone your networking skills in a fun, safe environment while learning how to create a circle of influence to enhance and fulfill both your personal and professional life.


In this workshop we will:


  • Conduct Personal Audits

  • Craft Well-Honed Elevator Speeches

  • Construct & Comprehend Emotional Piggybanks

  • Examine Trust the Secret Ingredient

  • Choose Accountability Partners

  • Create Accountability Plans

  • Conduct Circle Member Evaluations

  • Choose Your Circle of Influence

  • Learn & Practice Winning, Inner-Circle Behaviors

Personal Audits

Elevator Speeches

Google Yourself


Emotional Piggybanks


Accountability Partners

Accountability Plans

Circle Member Evaluations

Board Members

Life Lines


Choosing Your Circle

Winning Circle Behaviors

Giving connects two people, the giver and the receiver, and this connection gives birth to a new sense of belonging. 

~ Deepak Chopra