Marty has the ability to “tell it like it is” in a way that motivates and inspires. Her approach is interactive and thought provoking and she leaves people with a new way of looking at things. She challenges people to shift their thoughts, words and actions to alter their outcomes … and have the courage to act. If you're looking for a dynamic speaker with the power to inspire real action and real change, Marty is the speaker for you.
$5000 - $7500
Dynamic Dialog – Marty Stanley
Marty Stanley is President of Dynamic Dialog, Inc., author and professional speaker. Her book, Get Out of B.E.D. (Blame, Excuses and Denial): Change Your Outlook, Alter Your Outcomes© is a must-read for anyone who wants to get off their duff and achieve the success they know is possible. Marty is a frequent keynote and conference presenter for professional and trade associations, including:
■American Marketing Association (AMA)
■Central Veterinary Regional Conference
■Club Managers Association
■International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)
■Meeting Professionals International
■National Soccer Coaches Association
■National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors
■National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO)
■Society of Association Executives
■U.S. Tennis Association (USTA)
■The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Association (SMACNA)
■The Project Managers Association
Certified as both a life and business coach, Marty draws on her experience as a human resource and organizational development executive and as a business owner. Her corporate experience includes positions of Vice President for Human Resources for AMC Entertainment and Blue Cross Blue Shield. As Assistant Vice President at Employers Health Insurance (now Humana), she created nationally recognized training and employee relations programs, and her corporate wellness program was designated as one of the top 25 in the country.
Her private practice has served a variety of industries including:
■Physicians, lawyers, chiropractors and dentists
■Plumbers, printers and publishers
■Telecommunications, software development, banking and marketing firms
■Not-for-profits, associations, educational institutions, and cities and municipalities.
In 2007, Marty was awarded the Team Builder of the Year award by the National Association of Women Business Owners and was honored by the Kansas City Business Journal as a Woman Who Means Business in 2005. Marty’s articles have been published in hundreds of business and trade publications. She also hosted a radio show featuring on-air, anonymous coaching for business related issues.
■2011 Member of the Year – National Speakers Association – Kansas City Chapter
■2011-2012 President Elect –National Speakers Association – Kansas City Chapter
■2010 Woman of the Year Award – Women’s Center for Body, Mind and Spirit
1) Signature program is: Get Out of B.E.D. (Blame, Excuses and Denial): Change Your Outlook – Alter Your Outcomes
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. We do this all the time in our work and in our lives, which is insanity at its finest and funniest. Unfortunately most times we miss the humor of it all.
Get Out of B.E.D. will teach you how to ask the questions to change your outlook and alter your outcomes. When you Get Out of B.E.D. (Blame, Excuses and Denial), life gets easier.
True leaders understand power and the importance of authenticity. While there are many programs on leadership, very few address authenticity and power. This program is for senior level executives who want to engage in rich discussions and exploration about the intricacies and complexities of leading people, Boards and organizations, in a way that is thought provoking, yet practical and pragmatic.
Have you ever walked away from a meeting and wondered, “What did we decide?” or “What did she really want?” People often don’t get the results they really want because of cluttered and/or unclear communication.
Learn how to avoid the frustration of not getting the information you need, when you need it and how to get your point across effectively, the first time.
4) Management Skills
5) Change Management
Staying ahead of change in the 21st century requires planning, accountability and commitment. Managers and supervisors must carefully plan all aspects of change including communication, technology, systems and structures to support the change. Support systems include policies, practices and procedures that are impacted by major change.
6) Corporate Culture
Our world has never seen an economic downturn like the one we’re currently experiencing. Signs are pointing to a recovery, but the business landscape and corporate culture as a whole have changed. So, how will your organization emerge on the other side? Focused or flailing?