Speaking & Training

Video of Victoria speaking at Rotary (click to view)

Keynote Speaker

Victoria Mavis is a Keynote Speaker, Presenter, and Best-Selling Author. Her presentations cover a broad range of business related topics. She weaves inspiration gained from managing her lifetime disability with each presentation she delivers.

SPEAKER PROGRAM TITLES

  • Beyond the Disability: Leveraging a Trillion dollar market to increase sales
  • Tragedy to Triumph: Bouncing back after calamity strikes
  • Thriving-Not Just Surviving: Using self-advocacy and leveraging networks to improve performance and personal results
  • Shatter Your Personal Glass Ceiling: Techniques to identify and remove what’s holding you back
  • Commanding the Room: Networking Success with Strangers
  • Networking Savvy: 6 Key Events to Increased Sales
  • Improving Relationships: From the Board Room to the Bedroom
  • Working with Difficult People: Made Easy in 5 Simple Steps
  • The Top 10 Mistakes that Businesses make that get them sued

Keynote Speaker Program Topics:
human resource, business networking, interpersonal relationship skills, overcoming adversity, and disability.

WHAT VICTORIA’S AUDIENCES SAY...

Victoria’s presentation on The Missing Link, was extremely well received. Attendees learned the difference between pre-screening tools used by HR professionals to get the ‘right candidate’ and what Security professionals need to mitigate risks.  It provided valuable insights on selection tools to reduce workplace violence and collaboration with HR during the pre-screening processes. The information you shared will greatly benefit our members in their daily work activities.” Justin Kleskie, CPP, Chapter Chair, Greater Philadelphia Chapter of ASIS International

Video of Victoria speaking at Kiwanis (click to view)

SPEAKING REFERENCES

  • ASIS International Philadelphia Chapter: Guest Presenter on The Missing Link
  • Bucknell Small Business Development Center: Employer Workshops
  • BW NICE: Guest Presenter on Business Networking & Sex
  • East Stroudsburg United Methodist Church
  • ESU Administration & Leadership Studies: Guest Lecturer on Integrating the ADA with IDEA
  • Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce: Employer Workshops
  • Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce: Human Resource Conference
  • Kiwanis Club of Williamsport: Guest Presenter
  • Leadership Pocono: Guest Presenter on Communication Skills
  • Lehigh University Small Business Development Center: Employer Workshops
  • Monroe County Vocational/Technical Center: Employer Workshops
  • New Jersey School Public Relations Association: School Adminstrator Conference
  • PA Partners: Employment, Training, and Education Conference
  • Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth and Families: Employee Training
  • Pennsylvania Travel & Lodging Association: Annual Conference
  • Pleasant Valley School District: Teacher Workshops
  • Rotary Club of the Stroudsburgs: Guest Presenter
  • Slate Belt Chamber of Commerce: Employer Workshops
  • Upward Bound at ESU: Guest Lecturer to Students
  • Warren County Chamber of Commerce: Employer Workshop

If your company or organization is interested in having Victoria as a speaker or for training programs, please contact her.

12 Responses to Speaking & Training

  1. tony leigh says:

    This is what i’ve always wanted to do, extending a helping hands to the less privilege

  2. Thanks for your follow! Your site and expertise are impressive, as a “disabled” but very “able” individual, thanks for all you do to bring Hope to others :)

  3. Hi Victoria, we are glad to have you now as a Twitter follower! Keep up the good work that you do.

    Sincerely,
    Bradford Germeroth
    Development Specialist
    Life Steps Foundation

  4. Hi Victoria,
    Splendid to read about you and all your virtues. Can we invite collaboration from you or any opportunity around you ? Can we bring you to Nigeria to keynote and resource at our training program and conferences this year ? What does it take ? Kindly keep me posted pls. God bless.

  5. Victoria,
    My name is Reid Davenport. I couldn’t find your email so this is the only way I could think of contacting you. You just started following me on twitter and I’d love to talk about starting a public speaking career regarding disability awareness. Thank you.

    Best,
    Reid

  6. Dorrie Lopacka says:

    Thank you for following me on Twitter. It was my son that suggested I joined the site,so we will blame him! I am quite interesed in what you will say to a retired,disabled artist, like me.

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