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Speaking & Workshop Topics

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Leadership
Developing leadership talent is the foundational to the sustainment of any profitable, productive organization. Research supports that a top reason people leave their jobs is attributable to the relationship they have with their managers. Leadership speaker Colonel (Retired) Lawanda J. Holliman discusses how to leverage intergenerational relationships to foster an improved company culture for future growth.

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Work Smarter, Not Harder: Aligning Yourself with What Matters Most

Aligning Yourself with What Matters Most to You is critical to your success in working smarter. Lawanda J. Holliman talks about practical ways to align your life in a way that moves you from where you are, to where you want to be. By taking a look at five areas of your life : You, Family, Work, Community and Finances, you can gain clarity and joy in doing those things that matter most to you. Regardless of where you start, you can decide how your story will be told.

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First Impressions Mastery
Lawanda J. Holliman, retired military professional, has participated in her share of formal, semi-formal and social events. Whether hosting high level executive meetings or planning for formal events, she has plenty of experiences from which to draw. Following 26 years of service, she is known as a preeminent Etiquette Expert who stands ready to explain that impressions really do matter in today’s global business arena, especially for those wanting to establish a competitive advantage.

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Take Your Seat at the Table: Leadership Lessons

Colonel (retired) Lawanda J. Holliman rose from the rank of Private First Class (PFC) to Colonel (COL) over her 26 year career in the Army. An energetic and sought-after speaker, Lawanda J. Holliman discusses the leadership and personal qualities necessary for success. She shares how her career as an Army Officer took shape, from early years as a Private First Class to establishing the First ever Army Reserve Stay Behind Equipment Team which spanned across three overseas geographic locations accounting for nearly a billion dollars in equipment. She talks about how the roles in the Reserves and Active Army helped to shape her future. Holliman discusses key factors for successful leadership. Her story, laced with inspiration, shows that success really is a product of team effort. This topic resonates with audiences regardless of their profession.

 

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