By Amy Franko We see their pictures in the media, and we hear them make speeches before shareholders and stakeholders. But how well do you know your CEO? Have you ever wondered what’s going on in his or her mind? With all that they’re responsible for, you’re probably not surprised to learn that a CEO’s … [Read More]
Your workday is likely consumed with leading your team and delivering results for your organization. But what about you? How much time do you think about your future goals and leadership identity? Impact Instruction Group’s Founder and CEO, Amy Franko, takes a look at the topic of building a leadership identity in the Association for … [Read More]
I am thrilled to have been able to attend two of your presentations. They were interesting, thought-provoking and educational. Your skill and talent as a professional speaker is evident and your thoughts and ideas are concise and insightful. Thank you so much for presenting for the YWCA. You exceeded the expectations of our staff and conference participants.
– Erica Merritt
Associate Director of Leadership
YWCA Greater Cleveland
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
Amy presented at a professional women’s networking group called W.I.N. (Women In the Neighborhood). It’s a collaboration of professional women across an accounting, bank and law firms. Amy’s message was infused with advice that was very tangible for professional women. A lot of what she addressed “hit home” to the working woman; one could easily tell that she personally understood the challenges and successes each of us face along the way. Her message was simple: hold tight to your integrity and defend your convictions – with class. It was a very profound presentation and we all walked away with value.
– Kim Phillips
Schneider Downs & Company