They say the road to success is always under construction. In the world of sales, that’s definitely the case. How can we keep driving forward? Sales enablement and effectiveness are the engine of a sales organization, and when executed well, they create an environment of productivity and success. Though they are often described interchangeably and … [Read More]
By Amy Franko For the last decade, leadership development for women has been a focus of mine—both in my career and personally. Whether I’m delivering a corporate program or serving in a volunteer capacity on the Board of the Girl Scouts of Ohio Heartland Council, I love to make a difference by empowering emerging leaders … [Read More]
“Amy Franko [and Impact Instruction were] great in helping The IBM Summit Program organize and define the strategy and task at hand regarding our enablement offerings. [Amy] is an excellent leader demonstrating strong facilitation skills and organizational skills, ensuring we identified the gaps and defined the content that is necessary for our program. [Impact Instruction] has managed to truly understand our issues and the immense complexity that exists with all the moving parts of the program. We look forward to working with [Impact Instruction] in 2014 and beyond as they have proven to be a valuable asset to us thus far.”
– Andres Quintana
Sales & Technical Sales Manager
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
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