By Amy Franko At almost every keynote or workshop I give on women in leadership, I usually talk with at least one woman afterwards on how to manage conflict with grace. This is never an easy topic, especially for many women. We’ve been conditioned to avoid conflict or controversy, and find compromise. Let’s face it. … [Read More]
Welcome to the last video in our technology trends series. This episode’s topic is the Tin Can API. Not sure what that is? Well, you’re not alone. Think of it as the modernization for the SCORM. And it’s changing the way we gather and analyze learning data. The Tin Can API, which is also known … [Read More]
Amy recently spoke to the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Ohio Chapter on the topic of Why Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office. Her presentation was engaging and topical and stimulated good discussion of real-world examples among the attendees. She challenged each of us to think differently about networking, volunteering and communication styles. I would definitely recommend her to other organizations interested in this topic.
– Cheryl Ladd
President, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association
During a recent engagement where we brought Amy in to speak to a large group of professional women, she captivated our audience on the topic of “Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office.” Her keynote was full of energy, exactly on point, impactful and resonated with us all…so much so that the “take-aways” remain with me today.
– Beth Alloway
Relationship Manager, Commercial Banking
Huntington National Bank
During our Women’s Leadership Conference the workshop put on by Amy was one of the highlights. She skillfully covered a variety of engaging and insightful topics from which she effectively generated new and impactful thoughts and discussion amongst the group. I know that myself as well as others came away with valuable knowledge and self-reflection that will help me achieve greater success in my career.
– Lindsay Zane
Candidate for MBA, Class of 2012
Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business