Explore My Work
Creating Engaging Learning Experiences
I am a laid back faciltator who creates a safe environment for every participant to engage in the course. I'm a natural storyteller and share relevant content that may help illustrate the content in a way that connects to the participants. I utilize technology whenever possible in order to engage participants in an online environment or create engaging, competitive learning moments in person.
A good facilitator uses all tools available, but relies heavily on engaging the participants as much as possible. Creating those networking, collaborative, and ah-ha opportunities is key for every session. I can deliver all of that.
DIVERSITY CAREER ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM (DCAP)
Program Owner and Facilitator
Audience - Director/Sr. Director Level
In this program, I facilitated topics such as leadership styles, observations/Gemba walks, business acumen, resiliency, career planning, and listening conversations for inclusion and diversity feedback.
DEVELOPING DYNAMIC LEADERSHIP (DDL)
Audience - New or Aspiring Leaders
In this program, I facilitated developing yourself and others, your leadership journey, communicating for leadership success, coaching for peak performance, and setting goals and reviewing results.
Audience - Regional Vice Presidents and General Managers
Facilitated DiSC Work for Leaders, which discusses communication expectations for leaders who need to communicate with a team.
COMMUNICATION HELP AND TRAINING (CHAT)
Audience - Frontline/Hourly Associates
As part of my role as the instructional designer and program manager for Communication, Help, and Training (CHAT), I facilitated many CHAT sessions to hourly associates. Some of these topics included communication, body language, and adaptability.
Audience - Community College Students
As an English instructor, I taught 10 different English and Literature courses for 16 week periods of time. Some of these courses included: Southern Literature, American Literature I&II, British Literature I&II, Creative Writing, Expository Writing, Argument Based Writing, and Literature Based Writing. I was the college's primary Southern Literature professor and taught all Southern Literature courses live on campus and online.