Let’s Talk…
…about boring workshops and presentations…

The ones that dump a load of information that you don’t remember…

The ones that have far too many unreadable slides….

The ones that lack variety and engagement…

The ones that are deadly snoozefests…

Now, let’s do something about those boring talks and workshops…..

Let’s NOT copy what other boring presenters are doing…

That have a long-term positive impact and help those who come to you to solve a problem…

That have you step into your power and make a difference in this world…

Let’s create raving fans who love your sessions, buy your products and services, and refer you to others…

Let’s raise your confidence and your skills with strategies and techniques that are built on the art and science of helping adults learn…

I can teach you how to eliminate “TEGO” — Their Eyes Glaze Over …

I can teach you how to engage the attendees sitting in your sessions, how to create awesome learning experiences that have them coming back for more…

I can teach you how to handle difficult situations, how to facilitate easy activities, how to increase the chances that your audience members do something with what they’ve learned from you…

For over 20 years, I’ve been instrumental in transforming the presentation and facilitation skills of thousands of experts, speakers, trainers from Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, non-profit organizations, small businesses, the helping professions, and more .

Check out the Work With Me page and then let me know how I can be of help to you.
A Few Things I Love and

Other Random Facts About Me…

I love zip lining.

I adore being on the beach and near, but definitely not in, the ocean (my husband wishes I’d go scuba diving with him).

I’ve studied improvisational theater and love using improv activities to enhance attendees’ experiences in my workshops.

I can’t carry a tune but love creating songs for friends’ special occasions using tunes from old TV series (like Gilligan’s Island and The Beverly Hillbillies).

I love ethnic food of all kinds. Asian foods — North American style, are my faves.

My first language is Danish — even though I was born in Canada.

My main location is Toronto, Canada. I have a second location in Los Angeles, California.

I have a B.Sc. in psychology and an M.Ed. in adult education

I must be one of the few people in the world who’s not a huge music fan. Repetitive sounds irritate me. Weird, I know.

I love traveling, especially to places where I can have an experience with animals and the environment.