As you will see from the survey results, your Stand Out with Image presentation was a resounding success. Thank you for your valuable contribution to a successful Secretaries’ PD.
St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Schools
Jeanne Fontaine, Secretary-Treasurer St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Schools
Joanne was delightful to work with and our members thoroughly enjoyed her two presentations “Build Stronger Client and Colleague Relationships with Etiquette Wow” and “Connecting with Conversation Strategies”. Our organization received lots of positive feedback from attendees who are most eager to have Joanne back to present in the future.
CGA Alberta Annual Conference
Sheila McFadyen, Professional Development Strategist, Certified General Accountants’ Association of Alberta.
Thank you, Joanne and Terry. Your networking workshop exceeded our expectations. I have heard nothing but positive feedback from our scientists. They felt it expanded their skill set and enabled them to interact more effectively at the symposium with one another and externally with other professionals as well.
The Alberta Glycomics Centre- Symposium in Banff
Jared Jacobson Ph.D. Candidate Co-organizer of Scientific Symposium in Banff
Your seminar helped us to raise the bar with respect to how employees are presenting themselves with clients and one another. In the days following your presentation there was lots of buzz with everyone analyzing what they were wearing according to the clothing levels you shared. The etiquette skills have assisted our team to be more confident when hosting visitors at our place of work. Thank you for presenting a potentially dry subject in such a fun and engaging manner.
Lorraine Moster, Director, Human Resources
With a Support Staff comprised of over 700 people in varying positions from Administrative Assistants to Maintenance workers, relevant professional development can be a challenge. Thank you Joanne for presenting "Etiquette to Wow" as it was an excellent solution for our varied audience. Your engaging, interactive speaking style kept everyone attentive and smiling. More often than not, manners and etiquette separate the 'good' from the 'great'. You have helped us to become better people.
Mount Royal Support Staff Association - Calgary
Chairperson Mount Royal Support Staff Association, Conference in Calgary