Corporate Trainer and Career Specialist
For your next professional development event let Colleen Clarke help you meet your learning objectives.
Colleen's style puts audiences at ease immediately—humorous, always educational and excels at getting to the meat of a topic with relatable, appropriate stories and examples. Her engaging manner easily holds the attention of a room of 600 or 10. Topics include:
- Assessing and improving communication
- Building better interpersonal relationships
- Developing strong teams
- Career management and planning
Colleen has been enter-training audiences throughout Canada and the U.S. for over 19 years! When you are planning your next professional development session or an annual conference, Colleen offers a wide range of soft skill and career management courses and keynotes that will titillate, motivate, inspire and produce results for every audience.
Her style puts audiences at ease immediately. She is usually humorous, always educational and excels at getting to the meat of a topic with relatable, appropriate stories and examples. Her engaging manner easily holds the attention of a room of 600 or 10.
With 20 years of career counseling and 13 years of workplace coaching to her credit, she draws from real life situations and experiences. Whatever the level or demographic of your audience, Colleen guarantees to motivate and inspire them to action.
Books by Colleen Clarke
The book, "Networking: How to Build Relationships That Count," removes the fear that many people have about reaching out and making connections, often with perfect strangers in strange environments. It is a “how to book”: how to engage people, what to say to set up advice call meetings, scripts to recite when at functions or in networking meetings, the importance of internal networking and increasing ones visibility. Order Now
The Power of Mentorship and my chapter "If You're Not Appearing, You Are Disappearing" as a contributing author. It is an honour to be sharing the pages with my mentors Brian Tracy, Bob Proctor and Zig Ziglar! This chapter extols the importance of increasing your internal visibility within your organization to build a stronger people and resource network. The most important emotional intelligent skill necessary for employment sustainability in the workplace today is your ability to build and maintain interpersonal relationships. Without the backing of your colleagues and superiors, you are just another number, another face in the sea of ambiguity. Increasing your area of influence allows opportunities to find you. You will learn of 19 ways you can heighten your visibility through a strong internal network. Order this book for your own professional development or as gifts to clients or as an employee reward. Order Now
How To Get a Job and Keep It. Work Search and Job Retention provides insightful comments on hundreds of aspects of the working relationship. This book is a “must read” and offers guidance on almost every facet of employment. Order Now
Contact Colleen Clarke, your choice for career development and corporate training.
COLLEEN CLARKE is a highly recognized career specialist, corporate trainer, and public speaker in the areas of career management and transition, communication and networking. For the past 20+ years she has motivated, inspired and counseled thousands of groups and individuals to maximize their career potential. Colleen is also a certified Workplace Coach with the Adler Institute. She is author of "Networking How To Build Relationships That Count" and "How To Get a Job and Keep It" and co-author of "The Power of Mentorship: The Mastermind Group". For a full biography about Colleen Clarke click here.