Find Your ‘Fro
Each of us has a unique physical, intellectual or cultural trait that defines our presence. Amazingly, most of us suppress it from ourselves or hide it from others, fearing internal rebuff and external rejection.  Our denial about our individuality can cause personal oppresion and professional stagnation, and lead organizations not to fully utilize their varied knowledge and skills.  Without apology, Robin Reshard guides and motivates you to turn your distinctive characteristic into your most recognizable asset so that your conscience and your company can benefit. She will help you
Find Your ‘Fro!

The Fifth Key to Passion and Purpose
To be or not to be is a debate many of us have when discovering our life’s pupose, whether it’s for a time, a season, or a lifetime. We torment ourselve when we make decisions that are outside of our compfort zone, yet reject the notion that these decisions provide building blocks for our personal and professional gene pool.  If you are ready to challenge yourself to have this necessary and natural internal debate – with action – the this is for you , your company and your communtiy, no matter how big or small.  The first four keys are kindergarten-easy; the fifth key will challenge your inner core.

The Little Book of Fro-isms
In The Little Book of ‘Fro-isms, Robin helps you on your journey to find your uniqueness – your ‘fro – so that you do not go undone.  Knowing  that you have distinct attributes that are meant to be shared with the world, Robin wrote this guide to help you find those attributes and your uniqueness. This little handbook with idiom-filled helpful tips and challenging messages will assist you in discovering and living happily and contently as you best you.  In The Little Book of ‘Fro-isms, Robin will help position your best you for the good of others. Read the first pick (chapter) of Robin’s new book, The Little Book of ‘Fro-isms here.

Reignite Your Passion: Find Your Purpose
Are you living your best life? Is your avocation you vocation? Should your avocation be your vocation? Participants in this highly interactive discussion or workshop perform a self-assessment to get an objective view of their personality, leadership style and skills.  This interaction requires open and honest dialog, and challenges you to fan your flame so you can reignite your passion, the find and succeed in your purpose.
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Executive Level Interview
In this workshop, the audience serves as department team members who watch and then engage a candidate during a mock interview.  Apply for a senior level or executive level position, the interviewee should utilize this session as a training ground for future advancement opportunities, making use of the myriad experiences of the audience as team members.  Dynamic feedback and peer evaluations are an integral part of professional development, and this workshop experience will give the participants plenty of both.  Perhaps the workshop should be better entitled “The Executive Level: Uncomfortable Insight and Dynamic Growth.” Request this seminar here!

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