For organizations, associations, and HR business partners serving corporate clients looking for fresh ideas and practical ways to engage and motivate teams that don’t always get along.
PFPS founder Deb Calvert brings novelty, fresh new approaches, activities and ideas you haven’t seen before, plus fun interaction to get participants fully engaged. Fresh new approaches. Activities and ideas you haven’t seen before, plus fun interaction to get participants up and moving.
You won’t just be hearing about it, you’ll be doing it! Deb can liven up any conference or association meeting with activities that entertain while building lasting team effectiveness.
Best-selling author and one of Treeline’s “65 Most Influential Women in Business,” Deb is an inspiring sales speaker and storyteller. Your audience will be engaged by her stories and motivated by her practical prescription for taking a second look at the way things are done.
Deb has been publicly speaking in a wide variety of venues since she was in high school and winning awards as an orator and debater. Her extensive training, selling, and radio show hosting make her a natural with any audience.
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